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Native American Heritage Month: Indigenous Florida
We are excited to welcome Nicole Nesberg to the Matheson to discuss the history of the indigenous people who lived in Alachua County and North Florida areas. Her presentation will offer an overview of the lives of the Potano, Timucua language family, and Alachua Seminole and the impact of their interactions with the variety of non-indigenous moving into this area.

Nov 13, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Nicole Nesberg (Migizi Miigwan)
Designated Faculty member @Santa Fe College
Nicole Nesberg, Migizi Miigwan (Eagle Feather), is a Designated Faculty member at Santa Fe College. She has worked as a history professor for the past 20 years with an emphasis on race and gender on Turtle Island. Born in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, she is a member of the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians. She migrated to Florida in 2005 where she is happily married and raising two boys.