Announcing a New Webinar Series: Institute Research and Findings Webinar Series

Clyde Fisher and E. T. Seton – July 1927
courtesy of American Museum of Natural History
Special Collections Library
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Join Ron Edmonds* on Sunday, February 18, 2024, for the new webinar series featuring the Woodcraft Expedition that was jointly sponsored by the Woodcraft League of America and the American Museum of Natural History in 1927.

The expedition team, led by Ernest Thompson Seton and Clyde Fisher, included seven people from the New York area and three from North Dakota. The trip began in Bismarck, North Dakota, proceeded to the Standing Rock Reservation, then traveled through South Dakota, southeast Wyoming, Colorado, and concluded in New Mexico, stopping in Santa Fe and Gallup, and visiting many Pueblos.

This topic will be presented over three sessions:
February 18, March 3, and March 17 via Zoom at 3:00 p.m. CST.

Sunday, Feb 18Part 1: Expedition Background and Team members.
Sunday, March 3Part 2: Standing Rock and travel through South Dakota, Wyoming, and Colorado.
Sunday, March 17Part 3: New Mexico and Trip Impressions on Seton and the others.
  • The webinars are free but you must register. Click here to register.
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*As an avid amateur historian, Ron Edmonds has studied E. T. Seton’s legacy for more than 30 years. He currently serves as the Institute’s vice president.

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