Illustrating collaborative efforts between the Cultural Heritage Center and Indiana University is the 1837 painting of the Council of Keewaunay between Indiana Potawatomi and U.S. emigration agents. University staff at the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology photographed the paining and provided a digital copy to the Archive and Research division for exhibition and research within the Cultural Heritage Center.

Adapted from his original ink and graphite sketch, George Winter depicts the proceedings and mixed sentiments concerning the 1837 removal and subsequent 1838 Trail of Death.