Posts Tagged: Indigenous Peoples Day

Santity Savers: Three Sisters Necklace

The people of the Seneca nation, native Americans who used to occupy this area, call them the Three Sisters, or Deohako (pronounced, Jo-hay-ko), which means “the life supporters”. Corn, beans, and squash were the main crops that they grew and ate. There is even a legend told about these inseparable three sisters that grow and thrive together.

It's field trip season! Be advised the museum is generally quieter in the afternoon than the morning.TICKETS