Ancient Pathways Across New York; The Indigenous People of the Eastern Great Lakes
As soon as northern New York emerged from under the glaciers, people began to arrive. Archaeological evidence increasingly supports use of boats, and since that time, the lakes, rivers, and streams have served as highways. The opportunity to intensively study the land connecting these waterways offers a new perspective for considering indigenous occupation of the region.
(Co-sponsored by the M.A. Program in Liberal Studies)
May 7 at 6:30 pm (Reception to follow)
The Graduate Center, CUNY, 365 Fifth Avenue, Room C197