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Opening Eyes

Join historian Don Smith as he explores how journalist Buffalo Child Long Lance (1891-1932) who lived in Alberta in the early 1920’s, Calgary high school teacher John Laurie (1899-1959), and Alberta author Hugh Dempsey (1929- ), all helped to make Indigenous history better known to non-Indigenous Canadians, and especially Albertans.

  • Online
Audience:
Adults
Ages:
18+ years

Led by historian Don Smith, in partnership with the Chinook Country Historical Society.