Living History at Ganondagan. Walk in the Park episode 227

Living History at Ganondagan. Walk in the Park episode 227

Ganondagan State Historic Site in Victor, NY (18 miles southeast of Rochester) is the only state park in New York devoted entirely to indigenous American history and culture. Walk in the Park visited Ganondagan on September 21, 2019 for their annual Living History Day, with Haudenosaunee people dressed in 17th century dress explaining the history and ways of Ganondagan and their people at that time. This takes place in the full-scale bark longhouse. In their museum, the Seneca Art and Culture Center, Friends of Ganondagan demonstrate ancient arts and skills, while others demonstrate traditional cooking, archery and other life crafts in stations near the longhouse. Find out more about Ganondagan at Ganondagan.org.
Walk in the Park is a weekly public access television in Ithaca NY cablecast on Ithaca channel 13 and Cortland channel 2. It is produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions owlgorge.com. Find out the cablecast schedule of this series at https://walkinthepark.tv.

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