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Guardians of the Land: Discovering Indigenous Americans
Indigenous people have lived in North Carolina for over 15,000 years, long before other groups. Consequently, Indigenous Americans are the “First Americans.” They viewed land as more than dirt or soil; it was part of the culture and history of the people who inhabited it.
Come and visit this children’s exhibit to connect and learn how land has played an important role in the living history of the Indigenous people of coastal northeastern North Carolina. Indigenous American people are still being heard, their stories are being shared, and they are working to help others better understand their lives, cultures, contributions, and histories. Listen to their stories and voices, for they are strong.