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Searching for Native American History at F&M: A Visit to the Archives - Shared screen with speaker view
Louise LoBello
22:02
Is everyone seeing the slides?
Alex King
22:10
yes
Eve Bratman
22:15
yes
Louise LoBello
22:16
Thanks you.
Chris Barnes (he/him)
26:30
1718
Ronda Schell
26:31
1749
Lisa Garrett
26:32
1684
Peter Jaros (he/him)
26:32
I thought it was 1701? But maybe 1718?
Arly Henninger-Voss (she/her)
26:33
1718
Anna Boutin-Cooper (she/her)
26:33
1754
Alex King
26:34
1718
Andy Gulati
26:35
1749
Fisher Zban
26:35
1784
Barbara Altmann
26:35
1718
Scott Vine
26:35
1684
Ryan Squires
26:36
1737
Cindy Wingenroth
26:40
1718
Lisa Gasbarrone
26:40
1718?
Jenn Buch
26:41
1718
Gretchel Hathaway
26:41
1754
Mason Bolano
26:41
1737
Debra Saporetti
26:41
1737
Eve Bratman
26:42
1754
jjulius
26:44
1749
Kate Snider
26:45
1684
Jill Graham
26:48
1754
Maya Workowski
26:50
1792
Kelly Schenke
26:56
1718
Ann Wagoner
27:01
1749
Roger D. K. Thomas
27:06
1754
Stefanie Valar
27:08
1737
Chris Barnes (he/him)
27:20
Mostly 18C
Eve Bratman
33:56
I think this language is terrific, what a great example of the importance and historical context!
Gretchel Hathaway
44:16
We have a student named Anna Goorevich doing a report on Mount Pleasant— we will be sharing that information with the community in April!!
Jill Graham
52:42
Really fascinating! Thank you so much for this presentation.
Barbara Altmann
55:27
What a terrific presentation! I’m so glad we are doing this work. I hope to make a land-acknowledgment statement at Commencement 2021.
Gretchel Hathaway
57:04
What a rich presentation and the powerful statement. Very much appreciate the hard work you are doing on this important work, thank you,
Janet Fischer
57:08
Here is an example of a shorter land acknowledgement statement from a colleague in Canada: Queen’s is situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee territory. We are grateful to be able to live and learn on these lands.
Peter Jaros (he/him)
01:01:49
From what I understand, the Conestoga and other residents of the Susquehanna Valley were tributaries of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy. So the Lenape had a pretty shaky position in deeding those lands away!
Alex King
01:04:04
Fantastic presentation. Thank you very much.
Lindsay Marino
01:04:49
As always, so grateful for the work the library staff does! This is a wonderful program, I can’t wait to explore the resources.
Peter Jaros (he/him)
01:06:28
Thanks again so much for this beautifully researched and presented event!
Scott Vine
01:07:18
Thank you to Louise and Christopher for this important presentation and all the work that went into it!
Wendy Baker Davis
01:07:27
Will this recording be available?
Fisher Zban
01:07:33
Oh no sorry it’s not letting me unmute
Eve Bratman
01:07:36
Thank you so much - terrific insights from your research on this topic, and I've just learned so much! This was an hour very well spent! ;-)
Kate Snider
01:07:37
Thank you so much! This was a wonderful presentation!
Ann Wagoner
01:08:20
Thanks! Very interesting
Fisher Zban
01:08:22
Sorry about that, thank you !!!