Members of the Nebraska Archeological Society will be displaying their private exhibits and collections of arrowheads, spear points, tools and pottery.
At 1:00 there will be a special presentation by David Flatt on the Cahokia Indian Mounds and/or the Koster Site.
Hands-on activities for children (and adults) will include pottery making, corn grinding, moccasin making.
The Otoe-Missouria Native American tribes were living along the Missouri River in present day Nebraska City area when Lewis and Clark camped here in July 1804.
The Missouri River Basin Lewis & Clark Trail Visitor Center is located at 100 Valmont Drive (Hwy 2, by Missouri River Bridge), in
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This FREE program is part of a series of events sponsored by
the Nebraska City Museum Association, www.nebraskacitymuseums.org