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Native American Games: the History of Lacrosse

Green Bay

This exhibit highlights a few of the games played by the Oneida and Menominee Nations of Wisconsin with a focus on lacrosse. It features excerpts from the documentary, Sacred Stick, which tells the story of lacrosse among the nations of the Iroquois Confederacy from the game’s origin to the current status of the Iroquois Nationals, an all-Native American lacrosse team playing at the world level. Included is a case of artifacts from the Neville’s permanent collection as well as borrowed from the Oneida Nation Museum and the Menominee Indian Tribe Cultural Museum. This exhibit is sponsored by the Oneida Nation.

Museum/Gallery Type

  • Historical