Dec 4, 1 - 3 pm | St. Paul
Through performances, reflections and a panel discussion, this program explores the Scotts’ fight for freedom and their contribution to the abolition of slavery, as well as slavery’s legacy and its continued impact on our society.
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An invaluable inside look at the birth of a national movement — the big personalities, the creativity, and the perseverance that were necessary to alter the course of Native and American history.
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The world's largest peace pipe began with a vision shared by three spiritual people: one Lakota and two Anishinaabe. The pipe stands on the grounds of the historic Rock Island Railroad depot near the entrance to the Pipestone National Monument, home to the Keepers of the Sacred Tradition of Pipemakers.
The funding request for a revitalized Historic Fort Snelling remains undecided. We are hopeful that the legislature will take up the request in the 2017 session and we will continue to advocate for its support. You can help. Let your legislators and Governor Dayton know that Historic Fort Snelling matters.