U.S.-Native American Treaties
This event is a portion of a symposium hosted by the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
Richard Hill talked about the history of Native American treaties. He explained the nature of treaty making as well as the rituals and the artifacts that helped bind treaties between Native Americans and the federal government. He also discussed how those treaties suffered in the twentieth century.
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Richard Hill Senior Project Coordinator Indigenous Knowledge Center
Tim Johnson Associate Director National Museum of the American Indian->Museum Programs
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