Join us for a series of art and history lectures. These lectures are FREE but registration is required.
November 3, 2018: Ernest House Jr. , Executive Director of the Commission of Indian Affairs, The Utes - Colorado’s Forgotten People - The Lone Tree Hub
January 5, 2019: William Gwaltney, Mixed Blood: First Families of the Santa Fe Trail-Buck Recreation Center
January 19, 2019: Dr. Lance R. Blyth (Command Historian for NORAD), Why Charles Bent had to Die (and Oraibi had to be Sacked): Pastoral Conflict in the Nineteenth Century New Mexican Borderlands The Lone Tree Hub
March 9, 2019: Dr. Chip Colwell, Plundered Skulls and Stolen Spirits: Inside the fight to Reclaim Native America's Culture. Many still question how to balance the religious freedoms of Native Americans with the academic freedoms of American scientists, and the arguments continue about whether the emptying of museum shelves elevates human rights or destroys humanity’s common heritage. Buck Recreation Center
April 6, 2019: Dr. Karen Marrero, Angelique's World: Marriage, Family and the Fur Trade in Old Detroit. In the eighteenth century, women of New France’s fur trade had considerable influence that was unique in its time and place. This talk will examine the life of Angelique, the world in which she operated at Detroit, and the multiple roles of women of the fur trade. Buck Recreation Center
Lectures alternate between the Buck Recreation Center and the Lone Tree Hub.
Tesoro Cultural Center's Art and History Lectures Class Number: 448004Dates: 4/27/2019 - 4/27/2019Time: 4:00PM - 5:00PMClass Days: Sat
Ages: 10 - SeniorLocation: Lone Tree HubAvailability: 38Capacity: 80Other Info: Colorado's Best buildings: From Mesa Verde to Bent's Fort and More
District Adult: $0.00Non-District Adult: $0.00
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