Chief White Eagle – Preserving Native American History

Join us we take a look at various ways Native Americans preserved their history. Bollinger County Museum of Natural History  hosts AnNiYvWiYa Chief  White Eagle on Saturday, November 23  at 2:00 p.m. Chief White Eagle; well known artist, teacher, and lecturer, will speak about the various methods Native Americans have used to preserve their history through the ages.

Children will enjoy a Native American scavenger hunt, crafts, and activity sheets from noon-4:00pm. Scavenger hunt participants will receive a prize of their choice from our treasure chest.

The Bollinger County Museum of Natural History is located at 209 Mayfield Drive in Marble Hill.

Museum admission: Adults $5  and 17 years and under $2

Regular admission to the museum will apply.

In case of inclement weather please call ahead to verify the museum is open and event is taking place.For more information call 573-238-1174 or email