Spirit of Place

Canyon_de_Chelly_-_2On Wednesday, October 28 at 7 pm, the Cook Memorial Library in Tamworth will host “Spirit of Place: Native Lands and Cultures of the American Southwest”, presented by New Hampshire Humanities Council speaker Patrick Anderson.

Patrick Anderson, a Gibney Distinguished Professor of Humanities from Colby-Saywer College, will discuss ancient sites such as Mesa Verde, Chaco Canyon, Hovenweep, and Canyon de Chelley, which provide a wealth of material history that reveals a complex culture pieced together by archaeologists and cultural anthropologists.

This event is funded by a grant from the New Hampshire Humanities Council, as part of their support of this year’s 1 Book, 1Valley project.

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