- AUDIO: Autry Museum's big Native American exhibit: Let's prepare for the future by revisiting the Native Americans of California's past, in four sections, each focusing on aspects of ecology and environment.
About the Exhibition
|Sacajewia? No, Pocahontas.|
|Native American Medicine Woman Mabel McKay, plant healer (SCPR/theautry.org)|
|A Pomo Indian woman in 2015 (wiki)|
Healer Mabel McKay (1907-1993), a Long Valley Cache Creek [Kai Pomo, "grass people," the Cahto/Kato Athabaskan band] Pomo woman from Northern California, represents a fascinating modern figure who maintained traditional ways.
|An Indigenous Peoples' History of US|
Designed by landscape architect Matthew Kennedy (Ponca), the 7,000-square-foot space comprises seating and relaxation areas, a wetlands cove, pond, waterfall, basalt columns, and a California Oak tree.
An interactive digital guide offers detailed information about the garden’s many elements. More
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