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Stories, Dance and Drumming with the Mohegan Tribe

Much of the land we now live on on the Shoreline was once home to the Mohegan tribe or a predecessor Indigenous community. A sense of their time here—and of traditions passed down through generations and still practiced today—will come to life on Tuesday, September 19, in a festival performance starting at 7 p.m. at Guilford's Nathanael A. Greene Community Center.

Members of the Mohegan tribe’s Cultural and Community Programs Department and other tribal members will tell stories, do traditional dances, sing songs and show replicated artifacts, traditional clothing, furs and other materials to help you imagine what it was like to live in the Eastern Woodlands in the early 17th century—when Sachem Uncas left the Pequots with his followers and formed the Mohegan ('Wolf People") tribe.


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