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Online Exhibit- Listening to Wampanoag Voices: Beyond 1620

By Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology and Harvard Museums of Science & Culture

Listen as they share memories, thoughts, and reflections about collection items made by their ancestors and relatives and learn how Wampanoag life and culture continues to flourish today.

Speakers

Ages 5 to Senior Adult.

Contact

Bethany Carland-Adams
hmscpr@hmsc.harvard.edu
617-496-6064

No application or registration needed.

  • Sign-up is ongoing

Free!

FREE

Location

The program serves people at their homes or wherever it is needed or online.

Additional information

Four hundred years have passed since the Wampanoag Nation encountered English immigrants who settled on the shores of their land at Patuxet—now called Plymouth. Harvard University has had a relationship with the Wampanoag and other local tribal communities for nearly as long, establishing the Harvard Indian College on campus in 1655. In acknowledgment of this early history, the Peabody Museum has asked Wampanoag tribal members to reflect on collections spanning four centuries and stewarded by the museum. Launching on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, October 12, 2020, the exhibit will feature these contemporary Wampanoag voices. Listen as they share memories, thoughts, and reflections about collection items made by their ancestors and relatives and learn how Wampanoag life and culture continues to flourish today.