Join Author Jason Irby for the 5th Annual Black Indian and Native American Heritage Month Fair on Saturday, November 12, 2022.
The event will begin at 8:00 a.m. at the Downtown Riverside RV Park Pavillion located at 250 S. Locust Street in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
“This year we are looking at Stick Ross. During Indian removal of the Cherokees his descendants traveled along the Little Rock, North Little Rock Trail of Tears site with Chief John Ross where we are holding our 5th annual Black Indian and Native American Heritage Month fair. It is so amazing that Stick Ross became such a prominent member of the Cherokees and having a mountain and road named after him in the Cherokee Capital of Tahlequah, Oklahoma,” Irby said.
Heartbeat of the Nation
National Trail of Tears Museum
And Many More!
Reading of Future Interpretive Panel
Sequoyah National Research Center
Jason Irby Innovation Foundation
For more information, contact the Jason Irby Innovation Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Native American Heritage Month Fair