A collaborative lecture with The Salisbury Association. Presented by Tim Binzen, Regional Tribal Liaison to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Hybrid Presentation: In Person & Online
Wardell Community Room
Online Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/
Meeting ID: 849 9170 8913
Tim Binzen grew up in Salisbury and now lives in Amherst, Massachusetts. With a background in archaeology and anthropology, he currently serves as Regional Tribal Liaison for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. His master’s thesis at the University of Connecticut explored the colonial-period history of the Mohican communities of Weataug and Wechquadnach, who lived in today’s towns of Salisbury and Sharon. Tim has conducted archaeological investigations in the Northeastern states, New Mexico, and Idaho, and his analysis of the Housatonic River drainage’s Indigenous archaeological heritage has been presented in scholarly publications.
PHOTO: Replicated Algonkian Village
The Institute for Native American Studies, Washington, CT