Lecture Series 7PM:
September 28 – Paul General, Six Nations & Archaeology
October 26 – John Triggs: Born of Necessity: Cultural Interaction on the Lower Grand River
November 23 – Gary Warrick Lecture: Haudenosaunee & Anishinaabe Land Use in the Grand River Watershed 1800 -1851
December 20 – Rick Hill: Archaeological Art of the Ogwehonwe
Indigenous people have called North American home.
Our Creation Story informs us that early beings began new life on the back of a turtle: hence we refer to our land base as Turtle Island. Onkwehon:we Matters will feature relevant cultural material unearthed by archaeologists from within Ontario with a particular emphasis focused on the Grand River as home to the largest Haudenosaunee population in Canada