If You Go
Date: September 17, 2008
Time: 7:00 PM
Where: Eaton Humanities, Room 150

Modern Indian Identity

“Why I did what I did”: Sharing the American Indian Story in our National Parks

The Center welcomed Superintendent Gerard Baker, the highest-ranking Native American in the National Park Service, to both the University of Colorado and to Rocky Mountain National Park. Superintendent Baker delivered a lecture as part of our Modern Indian Identity series on the University of Colorado campus. The next day, he visited Rocky Mountain National Park and delivered a talk to park service employees as part of our Randy Jones Lecture series.