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Mitchell Museum
of the American Indian

3001 Central Street
Evanston, IL 60201

All My Relations: A Seneca History



All My Relations: A Seneca History views traditional and modern Seneca artifacts through the memories and multi-sensory explorations of artist Rosy Simas. Spanning generations, the childhood objects and mementos of her ancestors represent the intimate themes of loss, connection and resilience by Ms. Simas and her Seneca connection. Her voice and family materials reflect a history of loss and renewal known to many tribes today.




Tuesday – Saturday:
10am – 5pm
Thursday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 12pm – 4pm

Adults: $5.00
Children, students,  teachers, seniors: $3.00
Mitchell Members: FREE
Tribal Members: FREE

Save the Date!
Spring Benefit Gala
February 28, 2015


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The permanent collection represents the art and culture from tribes
across the United States and Canada from Paleo-Indian times
to the present. Support the collection by Adopting an Artifact.

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