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Mercer Museum in Doylestown to examine the Lenape Nation and its role as caretakers of their homeland and the Delaware River
Published: Monday, March 24, 2014
DOYLESTOWN – Learn about the history of the Lenape Native Americans at the Mercer Museum on Sunday, April 6, with speaker, Shelley DePaul. DePaul serves on the Council of the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania and will discuss the Lenape’s role as caretakers of their homeland and the Delaware River. The program will will also feature hands-on artifacts, Lenape crafts, songs, and more.
Following the program, which begins at 1 p.m., guests will enjoy refreshments, and the opportunity to visit the Mercer Museum’s exhibit Early Encounters: The Lenape and Europeans in the Delaware Valley.
The program, Lenape Native Americans is sponsored by the Friends of the Bucks County Historical Society. Tickets are $15 per person and are available at the Mercer Museum Front Desk or by calling 215-348-9461. Funds raised by the Friends of BCHS support educational programs at the Mercer Museum and Fonthill Castle.
The Mercer Museum is located at Pine Street and Scout Way in Doylestown.
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