Monday, January 15, 2018

“Indian History of Southeastern Michigan” by Al and David Eicher

This lecture and multi-media presentation provides “proof positive” information about Michigan’s Thumb region being rich in Native American History dating back to ancient times. Al and David Eicher worked with the Ziibiwing Cultural Center in Mt. Pleasant and several Michigan Museums, over a period of two years, to develop the story of the early Indians of the Paleo era, to the coming of the Anishanabe. Al and David went to many Indian Village sites, Pow Wows, Indian Mission locations, burial mounds and the Petroglyphs in Sanilac County. They traveled to the “Great White Rock” in Lake Huron and walked the river banks where Indian Treaties were signed.

Free for members, $10 for non-members. Memberships can be purchased online at our website.

Memberships will also be sold 30 minutes before the lecture, with prices beginning at just $35 for an individual yearly membership or $50 for a family.

Don't miss out on this great lecture by some of the most respected lecturers in the area.

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