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Pamunkey Indian Museum Virginia
  • Pub Date: Aug 04, 2007 - 1:29 am
  • Pamunkey Indian Museum Virginia
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  • On the Pamunkey Indian Reservation, in the Commonwealth of Virginia, lives a very small remnant population of a once vast confederacy. This Audio Journey is the first in our ‘400 years of History across the Commonwealth of Virginia’ series. We begin our exploration of Virginia at the Pamunkey Indian Museum.

    The Pamunkey People have lived on the East coast of North America since the Ice Age, 13 thousand years ago. They developed a form of pottery making that is still being used today. Joyce Pale Moon Krigsvold is a traditional Pamunkey potter. Joyce and other tribe members keep their traditions and history alive through the museum’s artifacts and gift shop. Patricia Lawrence meets Joyce Pale Moon at the Pamunkey Indian Museum.