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The Loon's Necklace and Pocahontas: Ambassador of the New World (Film)

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Add to Calendar 15-11-2012 15-11-2012 15 The Loon's Necklace and Pocahontas: Ambassador of the New World (Film) A Native American legend about how the loon got his "necklace," specially colored feathers around his neck. Ceremonial masks carved by Indians of British Colombia reflect the Indian's sensitivity to nature. This presentation is followed by Pocahontas: Ambassador of the New World. Popular history remembers Pocahontas for a single act of courage, yet she had a vision of peaceful cooperation between the European settlers and her own people that was revolutionary in its modernity, despite jeopardizing her own safety. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=120779 Garvies Point Museum and Preserve true DD/MM/YYYY
November 15, 2012
2pm
Garvies Point Museum and Preserve
Glen Cove
All Ages
$3; $2 children 5-12

Description: A Native American legend about how the loon got his "necklace," specially colored feathers around his neck. Ceremonial masks carved by Indians of British Colombia reflect the Indian's sensitivity to nature. This presentation is followed by Pocahontas: Ambassador of the New World. Popular history remembers Pocahontas for a single act of courage, yet she had a vision of peaceful cooperation between the European settlers and her own people that was revolutionary in its modernity, despite jeopardizing her own safety.

Address: 50 Barry Drive
Glen Cove, NY 11542
Phone: 516-571-8010
Website: garviespointmuseum.com

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