My Spring series of Lifelong Learning classes begin in March!
We start with this look at the
Americans of the Northwest
300 CE - 1800 CE
The story of the Native cultures of the American Northwest is unlike all
the others on the North American continent. The vastly different
environment, with abundant food from the sea and the rivers and rich
woodlands and animal life to the South and East, created a unique native
culture. While the terrain offered plenty of food sources, travel was
difficult delaying regular contact between Northwestern tribes and
European settlers nearly 300 years after Columbus first came to North
America. Much had changed for both in that time. The results would be
far different in this story of contact and interaction with these
Join Russ Gifford to see what the cultural life was like for natives in
the Northwest, and how contact and conflict played out in this last
Noon -- at the Cargill Auditorium, WITCC, Sioux City, Iowa.
6:30 PM - via Zoom.
Visitors are welcome - send me an email for details on joining via Zoom
- or watching the recorded replays.
Though the College website is having trouble with
online signups, you
can register now by phone.
Call (712) 274-6404 to sign up for the
classes – and to get on the list for the catalog!
“His ratings were the highest for our entire season of 12 workshops, and
far eclipsed those for the previous season. He created a fantastic
class, and people left feeling empowered.”
-- Dr. Lynn Barteck, Tri
State Graduate Center
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