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Telling the Story:
Native American Presence in Kentucky

Gorget (neckpiece) found on an Owen County Farm. In the collections of the Kentucky Historical Society.

Learn about the fascinating history and rich culture of the people who inhabited Kentucky long before Daniel Boone crossed the Cumberland Gap. Tressa Brown of the Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission will discuss the many cultural contributions Native Americans have made throughout Kentucky’s history, and the impact of lingering stereotypes.

Wednesday, November 15 | Noon – 2 p.m.

Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History

$25 KHS Members | $30 Others

Reservations Required by End of Day, Friday, Nov. 10

Call 502-564-1792, ext. 4408 

No refunds for cancellations after NoonMonday, Nov. 13.

Open seating.