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The Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian advances understanding of the Native cultures of the Western Hemisphere. Legal:
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Smithsonian Gardens Apr 3
The large American elm tree (Ulmus Americana) on the south side of the is one of my favorite plants in the landscape. This elm is one of the largest and oldest trees in the Smithsonian Gardens tree collection.
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AmericanIndianMuseum Apr 2
🇺🇸As the museum looks ahead to the dedication of the National Native American Veterans Memorial, CW2 Misty Dawn Lakota talks to us about the women in her family who have inspired her and the people for whom she serves.
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Smithsonian Education Apr 1
Interested in a conservator career? April 2 at 1pm ET, join Head of Conservation and Sr. Objects Conservator, Conservation Scientist, and Conservator for a conversation about their conservator careers and yours.
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AmericanIndianMuseum Mar 31
🍎This summer's Native Knowledge 360° Institute will be a virtual experience for everywhere—no application or travel required. For program updates, follow us here or check the Educators page on our website:
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AmerIndianMuseumNYC Mar 30
🇺🇸 You can respond to the via . Worried about people who don’t have Internet? Let them know they can respond by phone at 844-330-2020 (English) or 844-468-2020 (Spanish). ! Art courtesy of &
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AmericanIndianMuseum Mar 27
Absolutely, adults absolutely can color. We can do mazes and word finds, too. Thanks for asking (for your friend).
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Smithsonian Mar 27
We're sharing work that might offer calm, brightness or inspiration while our spaces are temporarily closed. G. Peter Jemison (Seneca) painted “Spring Cherry Blossoms” (2010), in 's collection. See cherry blossoms across the Smithsonian:
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Russel Albert Daniels Mar 26
I am more than thrilled to present my photo essay, in collaboration with the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, The Genízaro Pueblo of Abiquiú. This Indigenous/Hispanic community's genesis lies in violence, slavery, and survival.
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AmericanIndianMuseum Mar 26
🖍️: Looking for something fun to share? Our colleagues at the Latino Center created a bilingual coloring & activity book full of things to learn about the museum's Central American ceramics. Scroll up for English, down for Spanish:
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Smithsonian Magazine Mar 24
The exhibition "Developing Stories: Native Photographers in the Field," which can be viewed online, presents photo essays by Native photojournalists Russel Albert Daniels and Tailyr Irvine, created in collaboration with .
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AmericanIndianMuseum Mar 24
🔥NEW online today: : Native Photographers in the Field. Read the curator's overview of the exhibition , then click the link to the museum's website for Russel Albert Daniels' photo essay on the Genízaro Pueblo of Abiquiú:
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AmericanIndianMuseum Mar 23
❤️ Olympic gymnast imagines a great day in Washington DC. Her family would start at our museum by celebrating their heritage as members of the Tribe, then head to . We are such fans!
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Annie Evans Mar 23
Yes! We used this in our Changing the Narrative learning resource!
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Ashley Naranjo M.Ed. Mar 23
A past project that I loved came from three museums: & looking at six objects through many lenses and perspectives. Simple idea, but very powerful
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Hayley Breden Mar 23
Used Native Knowledge 360 in my Ethnic Studies course about a month ago - I had my HS students choose a lesson, read through and do the activities, and then write about how they think the lesson could help include more indigenous history + current events in schools.
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NativeGov Mar 18
Our museums have made the right choice to close their doors. And, we can still learn from them online! Check out these lessons and resources created by the :
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AmericanIndianMuseum Mar 17
What music is your choir performing?
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AmericanIndianMuseum Mar 17
And a talk by one of the “Americans” curators:
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AmericanIndianMuseum Mar 17
A couple of things: From the award-winning exhibition “Americans”:
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AmericanIndianMuseum Mar 17
The Irish haven’t forgotten the kindness of the Choctaw people. Still rebuilding their lives after the Trail of Tears, they stepped up to do what they could for famine relief. From the archives for .
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