Winter Lecture Series

“The Hundred Years War: a Century of Native American Resistance, 1790-1890.”

The story of some examples of the resistance, beginning with the Ohio campaigns of the 1790s and ending with the Apache War of the 1880s

Fifth in the series: The Long March of Nez Perce

Deprived of their ancestral lands in Oregon’s Wallowa Valley, the Nez Perce embark upon a 1400 mile march to preserve their freedom as a people. Only with their goal tantalizingly within reach would forces under the army’s leading commander finally force them to surrender.


When:

March 3rd

2:00pm - 4:00pm

Location:

Meeting Room