https://historicbostons.org/upcomingevents Tomaquag Museum
390A Summit Road
Exeter, Rhode Island 02822
History, Nature, Outside
This unique walking tour and museum visit invites you to see the land and the history of the land and its people through Indigenous eyes.
Tomaquag Museum director Loren Spears, Narragansett, will introduce us to the rich and fascinating cultural holdings of the Tomaquag Museum in Rhode Island. Outside the museum, deputy director Silvermoon LaRose, Narragansett, will immerse us in an Indigenous view of the land, through storytelling and memory. We'll come to understand how plants are relatives, inspiring a deeper relationship of mutual respect and gratitude.
All Our Relations: A Traditional Ecological Knowledge Walking Tour and Museum Visit is the second in a fall series of events organized by the Partnership of Historic Bostons this Sept/October. The Power of Place: An Indigenous View of Land, Place and Belonging in Early New England and Today, explores a Native perspective on place and land in history and today.
The walk is approx 1 hour, covering just under a mile. Places are limited.