2024 Winter Webinar Series 

Beauty of Mohican Basketry: Revealing Faded Designs with Digital Technology

When: January 17th, 2024

Time: 6:00pm

 

Listen to Dr. Jeffrey Bendremer, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, as he shares his use of D-Stretch, a program that digitally manipulates the light waves in photos, to bring out the designs and digitally reconstruct their original appearance. Coral Cook, a member of the Stockbridge-Munsee Community, will also detail the research she undertook during a Historic Preservation Internship learning about the intricacies of basket making.

 

Tribal Archaeology in Stockbridge, MA:

Reporting Back on Fieldwork

When: February 14th, 2024

Time: 2:00pm

 

Learn from Dr. Ann Morton of Morton Archaeological Research Services as she speaks about what was found during these excavations, and Hikaru Hayakawa (former Historic Preservation Intern), Williams College Student, as he discusses the National Register process

 

Papscanee Island: New Research on a

Historic Mohican Site

When: March 13th, 2024

Time: 10:00am

 

In 2021, and as part of the Underrepresented Communities Grant Program funded by the National Park Service, the Tribal Historic Preservation Office worked tirelessly to research and present an application for 21 sites on the Island to be on the National Historic Register. Join Dr. Jeffrey Bendremer, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, to learn about the research unearthed and experience gleaned from this process.