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Native Roots Artists Guild show at the C. G. Jung Center

Cursory interest in what is commonly known as “Indian legend” will likely draw a gauze of dream-like fantasy upon many a “European” individual’s meaningful comprehension; too many overlapping complexities sorting out creation myths, traditions, and fables, not to mention cultural and political issues of language, aboriginal territories, sovereignty, and the layered gauze of Western historical expedience.

Unpacking the warehouses for the Buffalo History Museum's 150th birthday

The legend on a little note card in one of the display cases in the Buffalo History Museum’s Ever After exhibit says: “Objects derive meaning only from the stories they tell…” One of the objects in the case is Harman Blennerhassett’s telescope. Handsome, brass, substantial, about two-and-a-half-foot long, four or five inches in diameter.

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