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Community Read - 'The Gayogo̱hó:nǫ' People in the Cayuga Lake Region: A Brief History'

  • Fri, September 23, 2022
  • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM


Community Read & Discussion 'The Gayogo̱hó:nǫ' People in the Cayuga Lake Region: A Brief History'

WHEN
Friday September 23rd, 2022
3:30-5pm

WHERE
Rhodes-Rawlings Auditorium
Cornell University Campus
Klarman Hall, 232 E Ave
Ithaca NY 14850

ABOUT
Join the Society for the Humanities for a panel discussion with Kurt Jordan, author of The Gayogohó:no˛’ People in the Cayuga Lake Region: A Brief History, Sachem Sam George (Gayogohó:no˛’ Nation), Steven Henhawk (Gayogohó:no˛ language teacher), and Jolene Rickard (Ska:rù:rę’/Tuscarora, associate professor of art and history of art at Cornell) followed by a public conversation / Q&A.

All attendants are requested to have completed reading the book before the program and come with questions prepared.

The event will serve as a kick off for the Society’s 2022-23 theme of “Repair.” Books will be available for free for those who plan to attend the discussion

FREE BOOKS CAN BE PICKED UP AT the A/D. White House, AIISP (482 Caldwell Hall), and The History Center in Tompkins County (Open W-Sat 10-5 each week)
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This event is brought to you by the Society for the Humanities and Rural Humanities at Cornell University. 'The Gayogo̱hó:nǫ' People in the Cayuga Lake Region: A Brief History' by Kurt Jordan was funded through the Tompkins County Historical Commission.

Physical Address

Located inside the Tompkins Center for History & Culture

110 North Tioga Street

(On the Ithaca Commons) 

Ithaca NY, 14850 USA

Gayogohó:nǫˀ Territory

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Exhibit HallWednesday-Saturday 10am-5pm - CLOSED Sun-Tues

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