LEARN MORE ABOUT OHIO’S EARTHWORKS (ESPECIALLY THE NEWARK EARTHWORKS) AT THE LOUDONVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Loudonville Public Library presents an exhibit of photography, prints and artifacts relating to Ohio’s Earthworks now through October 13th. The exhibit is courtesy of the Ohio Native Heritage Archive Collection at the John L. & Christine Warner Library, the Ohio State University, Newark Campus.
Ohio Earthworks Exhibit at the Loudonville Public Library
As part of this celebration of Ohio’s ancient American Indian heritage, on Saturday, September 20th at 1:00 PM, I will be giving a presentation on the Newark Earthworks: One of the World’s Ancient Wonders. This presentation is sponsored by the Ohio Humanities Council — a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. I often speak about the Newark Earthworks, but I never give the same program twice. First of all, because the site is so huge and its history is so rich and complicated that I can’t hope to share its entire story in one go. And secondly, we’re always learning more about the earthworks, so there’s always something new to add to the discussion. I hope you will be able to join me for this part of the on-going conversation about an amazing site that still has much to teach us about the knowledge and capabilities of ancient American Indian peoples! Brad Lepper