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Appointed to Speakership by NY Council for The Humanities
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But the 30-year effort continues...

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Speaking appearance at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (NY) -- NATIVE RESPONSE TO HISTORY | The Sullivan - Clinton Campaign: Then and Now. Historian Robert Spiegelman and G. Peter Jemison (Seneca), Director of Ganondagan, NYS Historic Site, re-examine the Sullivan- Clinton Campaign. (Click image for more...)

Exhibit @ the American Indian Community House (NY) -- AICH

Winner of the Sullivan/Clinton Essay Competition! -- CVHS

Welcome to the "Website of the Month"! -- HNN & On This Date...

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Events 2006


COMING JUNE 3: Visit Our Great NYC Conference Panel!


Link:

It's Panel #703: "Fresh Approaches to the Iroquois Experience," a multi-media feast with P. Jemison, A. Michelson & D. George-Kanentiio. Sat. June 3 - 10am-12:15 at The Conference on NYS History, Columbia U., NYC

COMING AUG 26-27: Register for "Sullivan's March" Bus Tour!


We lecture during the unique annual tour of Pennsylvania's half of the saga.

Link:

http://www.canterburyts.com/warriorroad.htm

COMING Sat., Oct. 7: Presenting "Sullivan-Clinton & Empire"


Place:

Rensselaerville NY

Time:

(tba)

Link:

http://www.iroquoismuseum.org/iroq%20conf.htm

COMING Oct. 17: Presenting "Sullivan-Clinton Campaign: Then & Now"


Place:

the Finding Common Ground Teach-In,
Syracuse U/ ESF

Time:

3:20-4:20pm

Link:

http://www.peacecouncil.net/NOON/commonfuture/teachin_flier.doc

COMING Sat., Oct. 21: Workshop on "Multimedia Approaches to Iroquois Themes"


Place:

the Annual NYS Outdoor Educator's Conference
in N. Java NY

Time:

1-4:15pm

Link:

http://www.nysoea.org/conference.htm

COMING Fri., Oct. 27: Presenting "New York's Missing Link: The Sullivan-Clinton Campaign"


Place:

the Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association Conference
in Baltimore

Time:

Session 5.3 @ 3-4:15pm

Link:

http://www.mapacagazette.net

Coming Nov. 16-17: Presenting "Sullivan-Clinton and the Environment"


Place:

the Annual Researching New York Conference,
SUNY Albany

Time:

(tba)

Link:

http://nystatehistory.org/researchny/rsny.html


Events 2005


Upcoming Lecture at the Fenimore Museum, Cooperstown


Iroquois Lecture Image

On Friday, October 14, Dr. Spiegelman presents an evening on the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign of 1779


Link:

The Fenimore Art Museum

First Annual Event!

Back on the Radar! New York's Seminal Historic Event!


"WHERE SULLIVAN-CLINTON MEETS IROQUOIA"

PANELS, PRESENTATIONS & DISCUSSION
by SCHOLARS / ARTISTS / AUTHORS / CITIZENS


SUN., OCTOBER 9
12 Noon - 4 PM
ITHACA COLLEGE
Textor Building / Room 103
ITHACA, NY

Admission Free

Click here for Driving Directions

Expected participants will include:

  • Dr. Robert Spiegelman, Founder of Sullivanclinton.com, co-host
  • Dr. Jack Rossen, Ithaca College, co-host
  • Birdie Hill (Cayuga), Heron Clan Mother
  • Michael Acquilano, Staten Island Academy, Historian
  • Dr. Geri Reisinger, Seneca, Southern Door Project, Kingston/Wilkes-Barre
  • Kenn Anderson, Sr., Tour Developer, Historian
  • Dr. E. James Radin, Sullivan/Clinton Re-Enactor, Historian
  • Julie Cresswell, Independent Researcher
  • Prof. Philip Arnold, Prof. Religious Studies, Syracuse
  • Tom Huff (Cayuga), Sculptor/Artist
  • Prof. James Thomas Stevens (Mohawk), Native American Studies, SUNY Freedonia
  • Prof. Brook Olson, SHARE Farm
  • Glenn Wright, Acquisitions Editor, Syracuse University Press

Others are soon to be announced


A Great Kindred Event!


Iroquois Painting

Attend the Opening of the 5th Contemporary Iroquois Art Biennial


"THE SULLIVAN-CLINTON CAMPAIGN FROM THE IROQUOIS PERSPECTIVE"


Exhibit Date:

October 8 through December 31, 2005

Place:

The Fenimore Art Museum
Cooperstown, New York

Link:

The Fenimore Art Museum


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