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Native Treaties - Shared Rights

​​​The Clarke Historical Library's Native Treaties - Shared Rights​ exhibit is available to libraries, historical societies, and other educational institutions. By clicking on the link above an essay on the subjects discussed in the exhibit, including what is a treaty, and how treaties have been applied regarding land, education, and hunting and fishing rights can be found. For more information about hosting this exhibit at your location, please contact the Clarke ( or 989-774-3352).

Institutions who host the traveling Native Treaties - Shared Rights exhibit will receive 50 printed copies of the educational exhibit brochure. You can view a PDF (6 MB) of the brochure via this link. The Clarke Library can also provide a speaker, without charge, to lead a discussion about treaties and treaty rights.


Click on the JPEG images below to view the exhibit panels, which measure 33" X 85" (Actual panels do not have Identification tags across the top).

Traveling schedule (All locations are in Michigan. There are two identical sets of panels for this travelling exhibit. For some time periods, both shows will be on display in different locations.):

September 6 - 18​Munising​​ Public Library, Munising
​September 24 - October 9​​Northern Michigan University, Marquette 
Presque Isle (2nd Show)
October 15 - 30​​Mackinaw District Library, Mackinaw City
​November 5 - 20​​Cromaine District Library, Hartland
Library of Michigan, Lansing (2nd Show)
November 28 - December 11​​​Jackson College, Jackson​​
​January 23 - Spring
River Raisin National Battlefield Park, Monroe


This exhibit is made possible, in part, thanks to the generous support of 

the Michigan Humanities Council