Kingston: Homeland of the Munsee-Delaware People

  • Kingston, Hudson Valley
  • Oct 06, 2018
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When the first Europeans arrived in Ulster County in the 1600's, they found indigenous people called the Munsee living here. Explore the history and culture of the Munsee-Delaware people with a program hosted by Save Native Sites.

At 11:15 am, join Karen Mosko for her talk "Mannahatta: Where My Journey Back Home Began." Karen is a Lunaape Language Keeper and will talk about the importance of the Lunaape language in preserving the cultural identity of the Munsee-Delaware people, who call the Hudson Valley their homeland.

At 1:00 pm, Evan Pritchard presents "The Munsee-Delaware of Kingston: Their History and Culture, Trails and Trading Posts." Evan is the author or "Native New Yorkers, No Word for Time" and numerous other publications related to native history and culture in the Hudson Valley and beyond.

  • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Admission: Free
  • 74 John St
    Kingston, NY 12401
  • 845 340 3040
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  • Children Are Free: Yes
  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
  • PTH Weekend Event (6/16-17 & 10/6-8, 2018): Yes
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