Apsáalooke Women & Warriors

Date(s) - 02/04/2023 - 05/29/2023
12:00 am

Carnegie Museum Of Natural History


Discover the Apsáalooke people’s daring feats in battle, unparalleled horsemanship, and innovative beadwork–—all centered around and protected by women — through this fascinating exhibition.

The Apsáalooke (also known as the Crow) are a group of Native American people who originated in what is now Ohio. The name “Apsáalooke” translates into English as “children of the large-beaked bird” (French explorers called crow). Today, most live in parts of Montana.

Alongside historical war shields and regalia, contemporary Native American art highlights how this community’s bravery and artistry remains alive well into the 21st Century.

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