Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council Woman
Marjorie Colebut Jackson visits BHA
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Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum conducts tours of Native American Quarries in the Blue Hills area. The Museum has several native American artifacts in its collection.
Blue Hill Adventure Quarry Museum commissioned Ruth Hedarski, famous Quincy artist to draw picture of a Native American Indian crushing corn in a bowl and this picture is on display at the Indian Bowls site. Ruth Hedarski was commissioned by the Quincy Historical Society to draw the Seal of Quincy City, which can be seen on the top left front corner of the Quincy Historical Society building in Quincy.
Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum
Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum has partnered with
Mashantucket Pequot Museum, in Connecticut, largest Native American Museum in the world.
Chief Tribal Council Woman of the Mashantucket Pequot (located at Foxwoods)
visited Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum for an event as a Guest Speaker.
* Quincy Historical Society
Commissioned drawing by Museum of Native American girl crushing corn at Ponkapoag bowls site.