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Please distribute information about this upcoming talk at the Fleming Museum co-sponsored by ALANA and the Women's Center. 
We are hoping to attract students and other members of the UVM community to this event.  A poster for the talk is attached.

French-Indian Women:

Bearers of Family History, Culture, and Traditions


A talk by Judy Dow and Nancy Gallagher


Fleming Museum

March 24, 6 pm  

Women play an essential role in many cultures as keepers of family history and by passing on cultural values and traditions. Using the exhibition Storied Objects as a point of departure, Judy Dow and Nancy Gallagher will share their work weaving together the oral histories of French-Indian families living in Chittenden County with their experiences as revealed in Vermont documents in the early 20th century. The talk will focus on the struggles of French-Indian women to keep their families together and their culture alive in the face of efforts by state and local authorities to dissolve family kinship networks and subvert their ancestral culture.

Co-sponsored by ALANA, the Women's Center, and the Fleming Museum.

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