Berthoud Little Thompson Pioneer Museum w/Guest Speaker

Guest speaker,  Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act and Museums Anne Amati, (NAGRPA coordinator at Denver University)  will discuss what NAGPRA is and how it affects museums, collectors, and others. Balancing ethics and collecting will also be discussed.

There is no charge but donations are greatly appreciated. The lecture is planned for 1pm and after we'll tour the museum and out buildings.

"Located in A.G. Bimson’s historic blacksmith shop and Elmer Carlson’s garage building, the Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum brings Berthoud’s heritage to life. An array of exhibits reveals the town and surrounding rural districts as a bustling agricultural center of Colorado since the 1880s"

Please RSVP soon so we can give them time to have seats for all of us. There are various places in Bethoud for meals and refreshment if anyone choses to explore before or after our event.

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    Both guest speakers provided excellent information about archeaology and museum collection process.

    October 14, 2012

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