CPN Department of Education staff invites CPN members to join them for an informational session on the resources available to students across the United States, including advising, scholarships and more.
Learning about Potawatomi history, culture and genealogy is easier than ever before! Hear from Cultural Heritage Center Director Dr. Kelli Mosteller and Curator Blake Norton as they lead an informational session on conducting Potawatomi research through new, online resources.
Learning about Potawatomi history, culture and genealogy is easier than ever before! Tune in to hear from Cultural Heritage Center Director Dr. Kelli Mosteller and Curator Blake Norton as they lead an informational session on conducting Potawatomi research through new, online resources.
Tuesday, June 28 from 3-4 p.m. In this informational session, hear from CPN members Randy Schlachtun and Tesia Zientek about powwow etiquette, dancing and more.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Cultural Heritage Center Curator Blake Norton and Director Dr. Kelli Mosteller lead a lecture about George Winter, an English artist who captured sketches and paintings of the Potawatomi before and during removal. One painting in particular – The Council at Keewawnay – highlights his vast skills, which included field sketching, writing and Read More »
Enjoy a lecture by CHC Curator Blake Norton on Potawatomi leader Wabaunsee. Wabaunsee, born Nakses, was a powerful and influential headman among the Potawatomi, Odawa and Ojibwe villages of Illinois and Indiana. With a reputation that preceded him, Wabaunsee was not only a noted veteran of the Osage Wars, Battle of Tippecanoe, and War of Read More »
Hear from CPN member and Miss Potawatomi Kateri Phillips about her role representing all Potawatomi across Turtle Island.
CPN Firelodge Children & Family Services Director Ashlee May and Foster Care/Adoption Manager Kendra Lowden discuss the amazing work the department does to protect Citizen Potawatomi children and elders as well as foster and adoption opportunities.
Widoktadwen Gtegan (Community Garden) manager Kaya DeerInWater discusses the history and traditions regarding one of the four Potawatomi sacred medicines: sema (tobacco).
The CPN Department of Education developed a lesson plan for educators and school districts to assist with teaching about the Trail of Death, the forced removal of the Potawatomi. Join the staff for a session highlighting the lesson..