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Native Missouri from the Louisiana Purchase with Mike Dickey

July 18 @ 6:00 pm 8:00 pm

Using Spanish and American records, historian and author Michael Dickey will explain the cultural tension and rapid changes that characterized Euro-American relations with the Osage, Missouria, Kansa, Ioway, Sac & Fox, Kickapoo, Shawnee, Lenape and Illinois nations in the Missouri region from 1803 to the final extinguishment of Indian titles in 1836.

The presentation will demonstrate that each tribe had its unique qualities and characteristics and summarize what happened to them. There is a reminder that they are still with us and not museum pieces. 

About Mike Dickey

Michael E. Dickey was formerly the administrator of the Arrow Rock, Sappington Cemetery and Boone’s Lick State Historic Site (1986-2021). He is a graduate of the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg (1972-1976). He has written two books, Arrow Rock: Crossroads of the Missouri Frontier and The People of the River’s Mouth: The Search for the Missouria Indians.

He co-authored a chapter of The Archaeology of the War of 1812. He has also written articles for several publications on Native American and Missouri history. In the past he has collaborated with the Osage Tribal Museum and Wah-Zha-Zhi Cultural Center in Pawhuska, Oklahoma to produce exhibits and develop programs utilizing Native American speakers and artisans. 

Free
102 W Walton Street
Warrenton, Missouri 63383 United States
636-456-3820

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