Different historical “threads” will be presented in events surrounding the 1842 Treaty, a compromise and modification of the 1838 Buffalo Creek Treaty involving sale of tribal land and moving Eastern tribes to the west. Speakers representing viewpoints from the Haudenosaunee and the Quakers will make for a provocative evening defining “truth” and its many facets. With Ganondagan Site Manager G. Peter Jemison and Colgate University Professor Judith Wellman discussing the historic Quaker-Seneca alliance and the current importance of the Treaty.
The three-lecture series price is $25/Friends of Ganondagan members. Individual lecture prices are: $10/Friends of Ganondagan members, $15/non-members, and $5/students with ID. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.ganondagan.org/programs/LectureSeries.html or call (585) 742-1690. Tickets also may be purchased at the door.
- Sponsored By:
- CSL, RES, Ganondagan
- Contact Information:
- Janice Bertoni, (585) 389-2765, firstname.lastname@example.org