Fri, Jun 03|
Society Presentation - Research by William Day on Mi'kmaw guide and interpreter, James Glode
Time & Location
Jun 03, 2022, 7:30 p.m.
About the Event
Our June program will be a tribute to William Day and Mi'kmaw guide and interpreter, James Glode. William Day was a great friend of the Museum and Archives. As a meticulous researcher, this is based on what may have been his final research project entitled, "How Mi'kmaw Guide James Glode Met Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse". In 1876, on the North American Great Plains, members of the Mi’kmaw and Sioux nations participated in, or witnessed, events that culminated with the Battle of the Little Big Horn River in southern Montana, U.S.A. This program investigates oral and pictorial ways in which the two nations preserved the histories of these events and will be presented by David Sollows.
This event will be available through Zoom at https://us06web.zoom.us/j/5676672127?pwd=ZzE5Mm94aG5LMkRzbHpISXJLckhCUT09
Passcode is YCHS, if asked