Listen to the Stories

As part of the Finger Lakes Museum’s participation in the IMLS (Institute of Museum and Library Sciences) MANY (Museum Association of New York) grant, a video interview was prepared with G. Peter Jemison. The former Historic Site Manager of Ganondagan tells the story of the Haudenosaunee in the Finger Lakes. Spend the next 12 minutes captivated by the story of the people of the region and their relation to the nature that surrounds us all.

 

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