Mendota, MN 55120
Enjoy an evening with friends while learning about Minnesota history in the intimate setting of the Sibley Historic Site. A new topic will be offered on the second Friday of each month, May-November.
In May, join author Martin Case for a discussion based on his book The Relentless Business of Treaties: How Indigenous Land Became US Property. Case will share how those who orchestrated land-cession treaties with Native American nations transformed human relationships to the land in order to further their own interests.
Martin Case is a freelance researcher and writer. The Relentless Business of Treaties: How Indigenous Land Became US Property is published by MNHS Press.
Doors open at 5:30 pm, and the presentation begins at 6 pm. Light food and one drink ticket will be provided with each paid admission.
2020-05-08 17:30:00 2020-05-08 17:30:00 America/Chicago Business of Treaty Making Sibley Historic Site