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Date: Wed, 15 Dec 1999 10:05:51 -0600
From: MARK THIEL <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: ANN: Website -- America's First Nations NEH Institute for K-12
Teachers

AMERICA'S FIRST NATIONS: American Indians in Social Studies Curricula is a
four week institute to be held at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, June

26 - July 21, 2000. It offers a wide-ranging opportunity for K-12 social
studies educators to strengthen their teaching about our country's First
Nations, the American Indians. Institute activities include hands-on
engagement ranging from ancient mammoth-hunting sites to a Fourth of July
powwow, First Nations' own videos, readings guided by well-known
researchers, and time to utilize archival and museum collections for
classroom curriculum projects. Institute co-directors Dr. Alice B. Kehoe,
Professor Emerita of Anthropology and Mark G. Thiel, C. A., Assistant
Archivist, each has extensive, long-term experience with Indian communities
and their heritage. Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

For further information and an application, please visit our Website at
http://www.marquette.edu/library/neh or contact us at
[EMAIL PROTECTED], 414/288-6083 (Stephanie Bjork), America's First
Nations NEH Institute, Marquette University Libraries, 1415 W. Wisconsin
Ave., P.O. Box 3141, Milwaukee, WI 53201-3141.
--

André Cramblit, Operations Director

The Northern California Indian Development Council ( http://www.ncidc.org )
NCIDC is a non-profit organization that helps meet the social, educational,
and economic development needs of American Indian communities. NCIDC
operates a fine art gallery and gift boutique featuring the best of
American Indian Artist's and their work, with emphasis placed on the work
of the Tribes of N.W. California.
(http://www.ncidc.org/gift/gifthome.htm#anchorgift)


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