April 14, 2017

The Crew visits the Museum of Native American History

As part of our Do The Ozarks Series, We had a chance to check out the Museum of Native American History in Bentonville, Arkansas.  It is Free to the Public and Handicap accessible. The Museum is located at 202 SW O Street in Bentonville.
The museum is divided into to five different time periods that will guide you through the changing lives of the Native American, seen through their artifacts.  There are relics that date back as far as 14,000 years.  

Dustin spoke with the Museum of Native American History Director Charlotte Buchanan-Yale.  Check out what she had to tell us about the museum!

From June 2nd through the 4th, 2017, The museum will be hosting a Native American Cultural Symposium.  They will have writers, performers, storytelling and outdoor film series. Guest will include Bobby Bridger, John Inmon, Joseph Marshall III, Jr. Mathews, Gayle Ross, Sam Scinta and Fulcrum Publishing.  There will also be a Native American Fashion Show. More information to come on this event.  You can check out their website at www.monah.us .


Native American Cultural Symposium

Check out some of the photos from the museum below.  You can check out other Do The Ozarks Series by going to Dotheozarks.com