|Northern Plains Lifestyle In and Before the 18th Century|
|Date||Friday July 13, 2012|
|Time||8:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
Beavertail Hill State Park
Chris Neu; Vernon Carroll
Chris Neu - (406) 240-0155; Vernon Carroll - (406) 273-4253
|Description||Indian people of the Northern Plains are most often considered part of the American Indian Horse Culture; yet their history existed long before the modern horse appeared 270 years ago. In storyteller fashion, Cheatham presents this history with maps, photos and toy animals (complete with replica equipment) to help audiences of all ages visualize Northern Plains lifestyle before the horse. This lively program nurtures and expands general knowledge about the rich American Indian culture that began centuries before arrival of the modern horse.
Kae Cheatham, author, photographer and researcher, will lead this program.
The park is 26 miles East of Missoula, off I-90 (exit 130)--follow signs to the park.