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Apr
19
Thursday
Apr
19
Thu
Pan-Indianism & Native American StereotypesEducation :: Lecture
Pan-Indianism & Native American Stereotypes
12:00 PM
MSUN Student Union Building (SUB)
Description:
Dr. Joseph R. McGeshick was born in northeastern Montana on the Ft. Peck Indian Reservation. McGeshick is Chippewa/Assiniboine/Sioux. He grew up in the small Hi-Line town of Wolf Point along the Missouri River. McGeshick lives and writes in Billings, Montana and is also a part-time Native American Studies instructor at MSU-Billings and City College. He will be presenting: "Pan-Indianism: Its origins, scope and power."

This presentation is part of MSU-Northern's Indigenous Education Lecture Series.
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: MSUN Student Union Building (SUB)
Address: 300 13th St W Havre, MT 59501
Phone: 406.265.3713

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