Feb 17, 2013
The Institute For American Indian Studies is proud to present Quinnetukut: Life In The Woodlands, a new short film depicting daily life for the Algonkian peoples of Connecticut before the arrival of Europeans in North America. Produced by IAIS, with the cooperation of local Native Americans, Quinnetukut provides a fascinating glimpse into the history of the land that has, for thousands of years, been known to its residents as The Place Of The Long Water. Join IAIS staff, as well as the actors who made this film a reality, for a world premiere screening.
This video was made possible by a grant from The Community Foundation of Northwest Connecticut.
|Cost||Included in regular museum admission of: $5 Adults; $4.50 Seniors; $3 Kids|
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