It houses a Nisenan Indian exhibit, as well as some Donner Party relics and a Chinese display. The Niesnan tribe continues to be active in the community as they have for the past 200 years. They are well represented at the museum.
“We will be celebrating at the FDNC1 Museum and concurrently at the Oustomah Hall (Oddfellows Hall) on Spring St. from 1- 4 p.m.,” said Judith Lowry, who went before the City Council on Wednesday to make the accouncement.
“At Oustomah Hall we will present a panel of speakers and educational displays. Refreshments will be offered.
“The Nisenan Peoples of Nevada City invite the community to come and learn about the tribe and its history.
Some background is here.
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