Native American History with Chief White Eagle

November is National Native American Heritage Month, to recognize the first peoples of this continent and celebrate their culture, heritage, history, and contemporary identities.


AnNiYvWiYa Chief White Eagle will speak about the history of various Native American tribes on Saturday, November 14 at 1:00 p.m.


Face coverings will be required with limited seating to allow for physical distance seating arrangements. You may contact the museum at 573-238-1174, email, or visit our website  to register and save your seat for this event. Seats will fill up fast and those who register will be given preference for seating. People who do not register will be seated as space allows.


Children will enjoy a Native American scavenger hunt from noon-4:00pm. All children who visit the museum will receive a free Native American activity kit before they leave the museum.


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


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

Museum hours: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Chief White Eagle presentation: 1:00 pm

For more information call 573-238-1174 or email