7 p.m. Thursday, July 24, in Grizzly Hall. “Aftermath: The Pragmatic Challenges of Restoring the Cultural Heritage of Plains Indians in the Big Horn Basin,” is free and open to the public. For the fourth annual seminar regarding the significance of Heart Mountain to the Crow tribe and the wider public audience, elder Grant Bulltail will be joined by academic experts. More Info
“Making Space Sacred: Plains Indian Culture and the Land of the Big Horn Basin,” 2012, was also underwritten by the Wyoming Council of the Humanities (From left) Archaeologist and anthropologist, Larry Loendorf and Peter Nabokov who talked about native vision quest sites including the Medicine Wheel, UW professor Mary Keller, with panelists Grant Bulltail, historian, Pipe Lighter and retired Plains Indian Museum Curator Emma Hansen.