Now Who Shall Judge the Indians? How 500 Years of Colonization Has Impacted the Abenaki Peoples of NH and the Northeast

Virtual

Presenter: Anne Jennison

The "People of the Dawnland" (Abenaki/Wabanaki) of New Hampshire and the Northeast are the first Indigenous peoples in North America to have had contact with Europeans. In this presentation, Anne examines how European colonization of North America impacted generations of Abenaki/Wabanaki people. She also highlights the ways that the Abenaki/Wabanaki peoples have acted as agents of their own change through education, self-advocacy, efforts to revitalize their languages and traditional arts. Finally, she discusses how—working with archeologists, anthropologists, and scientists—they have recovered and revealed more about their history and traditional knowledge.

 


Join us as we celebrate 50 years of bringing the humanities to your community!

This program was originally scheduled for June 19th. 

Event Details

When:

Wednesday, August 21, 2024 7:00pm

Where:

Virtual
PO Box 548
Freedom NH 03836

Hosted By:

Freedom Historical Society

Contact Info:

Freedom Historical Society, 603-491-8347