The Shawnee Tribe Then and Now

Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum & Clary Gardens are pleased to present The Shawnee Tribe Then & Now on June 28th at 6:00P.M. at the Clary Gardens’ Amphitheater. You are invited to attend a presentation given by enrolled members of the Shawnee, Delaware, and Seneca-Cayuga (also historically known as the Mingo when living in Ohio/Pennsylvania) Tribes whose ancestors were all forcibly removed from Ohio to Oklahoma in the 19th Century. Come and learn about these communities, their lifestyle, and their culture as it existed in the 18th Century in Ohio as well as their existence in Oklahoma today. Don’t miss this chance to learn from and interact with the legitimate descendants of some of the Native Communities who once called Ohio home.

This program is free and open to the public.