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The Timeline of American Indians at Virginia Tech chronicles important individuals, groups, events and dates pertaining to the history of American Indians in the university and the community.
Henrietta Mann, Endowed Chair of Native American Studies at Montana State, visits Virginia Tech.
Headed by Dr. Samuel R. Cook, the American Indian Studies Program at Virginia Tech is started.
Eric Lassiter of Ball State University gives a presentation on Kiowa hymns at Virginia Tech.
Walker Calhoun, a Cherokee Elder from Big Cove, North Carolina on the Qualla Boundary (Cherokee reservation), visits Virginia Tech as a storyteller. Calhoun is a conservator of traditional Cherokee knowledge.
April 12-13, 2001
The Virginia Indian Nations Summit on Higher Education is held at Virginia Tech.
November 30, 2001
George Whitewolf, Monacan, speaks to Professor Dyer's class about Indian spirituality and his role as an Indian activist.
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Send questions or comments to:
Tamara Kennelly, University Archivist
University Libraries, Virginia Tech
P.O. Box 90001, Blacksburg, VA 24062-9001
Tamara Kennelly, Susan Cook, and Justin Iovenitti
Last Updated on: Tuesday, 18-Dec-2001 16:09:53 EST