Grant to aid Conn. 4th-graders' study of Native Americans

01/15/2014 | New Haven Register (Conn.)

Fourth-graders at a school in Derby, Conn., soon will learn about the area's days as a trading post as well as the Native Americans who settled there in the 1600s, thanks to a $1,000 grant from the Mohegan Tribe Challenge Grant Program. The grant will cover a talk by a Mohegan tribe member and a field trip to a museum on a Mohegan reservation. Other planned activities include introducing students to Native American dances and games.

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