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American Museum of Natural History Presents: Culture Salon: Pacific Northwest Past, Present, Future

November 19, 2014 @ 7:30 pm

Join Aaron Glass, assistant professor at the Bard Graduate Center and research associate of the Museum’s Division of Anthropology, for a look at how the Hall of Northwest Coast Indians reflects the legacy of anthropologist Franz Boas and an open dialogue on contemporary Northwest Coast communities’ lives. Then, join Haida master chef Roberta Olson for a special sampling of staple dried snacks such as dried smoked salmon, dried herring roe on kelp, and dried seaweed, as Olson discusses her family’s long lineage of expert cooks and fishermen.

Join Aaron Glass, assistant professor at the Bard Graduate Center and research associate of the Museum’s Division of Anthropology, for a look at how the Hall of Northwest Coast Indians reflects the legacy of anthropologist Franz Boas and an open dialogue on contemporary Northwest Coast communities’ lives. Then, join Haida master chef Roberta Olson for a special sampling of staple dried snacks such as dried smoked salmon, dried herring roe on kelp, and dried seaweed, as Olson discusses her family’s long lineage of expert cooks and fishermen.

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Date:
November 19, 2014
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7:30 pm

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