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Indigenous Enslavement in the Atlantic World

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Tomaquag Museum

390 A Summit Road

Exeter, RI 02822

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Please join us for a talk and book signing with Associate Professor of History at Brown University, Linford Fisher. Dr. Fisher specializes in the cultural and religious history of colonial America and the Atlantic world, including Native Americans, religion, material culture, and Indian and African slavery and servitude.
A book signing will follow the talk, books available for purchase.

Also, visit the museum from 10-2 to see Indigenous Empowerment Guest Artist Yolanda Smith! Yolanda specializes in traditional artforms incorporating indigenous materials like sweetgrass, birchbark and porcupine quills. She will perform a live demonstration, will be available to answer questions and will be showcasing her beautiful art for purchase. Get a start on your holiday shopping!

The event is free with regular museum admission. Pay at the door. Reserve your spot now with Eventbrite!

Visit the Tomaquag Website for more details.

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