So…What Became of the Nebraska Phase People? | September 8 at 2 p.m. | Recommended for adults
An Illustrated lecture focusing on theories about the fate of the Nebraska Phase people and the emergence of known Nebraska tribes such as the Pawnee, Oto, Omaha, Ioway, and Ponca.
Rob Bozell is the Nebraska State Archaeologist with ‘History Nebraska.’ He received an MA degree in anthropology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and has been actively involved in archaeological research and cultural resource management in Nebraska and surrounding states for 40 years. His research interests include: late pre-contact and post-contact Native American archaeology; subsistence and environmental change; fur trade archaeology; repatriation; and tribal consultation.
Free for members or with daily admission.