Cultural Affairs and Distinguished Lecture Series
Project Abstract/ Summary
From September 2002 to May 2003, the Hudson Museum will feature Snowshoes: A Gift from Gluskabe. This exhibit will feature over 30 pairs of Northeastern Native American snowshoes,ranging from Ojibway, Huron, and Cree to Penobscot, Micmac and Passamaquoddy examples. Snowshoes were integral to the lifeways of Native Peoples of the Northeast. Today, snowshoeing is a popular winter recreational sport. For Native Peoples the ability to make and use snowshoes was a life skill-passed down by family members from one generation to the next.
Hudson Museum, "Snowshoes: A Gift from Gluskabe" (2002). Cultural Affairs Distinguished Lecture Series. 113.