Sponsored by the Native American Institute
The Native American Institute of the Hudson River Valley is a voluntary organization associated with Native Americans, educators, students, and interested community groups. The purpose of the Institute is to promote awareness of the First Nations of America and particularly those Native Americans, who lived in what is now New York State and the surrounding areas, with emphasis on the Northeastern Algonquian peoples.
Algonquin Peoples Conference Registration Flyer (507.5 KiB)
Algonquian Peoples Conference Dates
September 27th at the New York State Museum
September 28th at the Corning Preserve
The Institute supports and carrys out research and educational activities promoting awareness of Native American culture and experience. The intention of the Institute and its members is to research and disseminate accurate information and historical fact concerning the European encounter with the First Nations and the history of these nations before and after that encounter.
The prices listed below include participation in the September 27th day of talks and presentations, a catered luncheon at the NYS Museum on September 27th, and participation in the New Netherland Museum’s September 28th historical encampment at the Corning Preserve.
(postmarked before September 12) – $45 per individual; $90 per couple
Registration after September 12 – $50 per individual; $100 per couple
Advance registration is required to plan lunch. Individuals who register at the
door will be provided lunch as available.
Register prior to the September 27th Conference by detaching the attached registration form and mailing it with your check made payable to:
Native American Institute
P.O. Box 10655
Albany NY 12201