Girls from Langston High School Participating in Parade; Hot Springs, Arkansas. From the Mary D. Hudgins Collection (MC 534).
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Dean Leeds to Speak on Politics, Law and the Cherokee Experience

University of Arkansas School of Law Dean Stacy Leeds will present “The Art of Law and Politics: The Cherokee Experience” at 3 p.m. Monday, April 24, in the Helen Robson Walton Reading Room in Mullins Library. The presentation will cover Cherokee law More...

Lineup released for third annual Bentonville Film Festival

For the third straight year, a sleepy little town just a few miles north of Fayetteville will be home to a major film festival in the springtime.Of course, we’re talking about the Bentonville Film Festival, the Walmart-sponsored event founded by actor More...

U of A Libraries Announce Native American Guest Speaker Series

Elizabeth Toombs will present It Lives in Stories: Cherokee Storytelling in the Arts at 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23 in the Helen Walton Robson Reading Room in Mullins Library. The presentation will examine the intersection of Cherokee storytelling and More...

New Native American Storytelling Exhibits on Display in Mullins Library

Three new exhibits with a common theme of Native American storytelling can now be seen in Mullins Library at the University of Arkansas. One exhibit features artwork created by three Native American artists, another features Native American objects from More...

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