Insights to the Outdoors: History of the Yavapai Tribe – Sept 25

From prehistoric times to the early 1860s the Yavapai lived within an area covering more than 9 million acres, known today as central and western Arizona. Within what we know now as Prescott, men hunted deer, mountain sheep, rabbit and other game animals; while the women gathered seasonal berries, seeds, fruit and other native plant foods, all living amongst rich culture and deep history.

At the Highlands Center for Natural History, Linda Ogo and Audray Ogo Harley will share their local history through referencing fascinating creation stories, historical events, and personal knowledge at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, September 25, 2015.

Registration Required: $17 (10% discount for Members)

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Linda Ogo is the Director of the Culture Research Department for the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe. She has been giving Cultural Awareness presentations for more than fifteen years, locally and internationally.

Audray Ogo Harley is the Language, Arts, and Media Coordinator for the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Northern Arizona University. Her passion for preserving and perpetuating the Yavapai language and culture is invaluable in her current position.