Newark Earthworks

Newark Earthworks
Newark Earthworks is listed in the Physicians & Surgeons Nephrology category in Newark, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for Newark Earthworks which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Newark Earthworks on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Newark Earthworks is:
99 Cooper Ave
Newark, OH 43055
(740) 344-1919

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Newark Earthworks has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that Newark Earthworks has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Newark, Ohio is 38 and in the Physicians & Surgeons Nephrology category is 16. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Dr. Phil Deloria visited the Octagon Earthworks in 2011 with attendees of the Society of American Indians commemorative symposium.
​Harvard’s first-ever tenured professor in Native American studies—History professor Philip J. Deloria—began teaching this January.

Newark Earthworks Center shared First American Art Magazine's post.
Nearly 500 ancient looted artifacts that had been missing for centuries have finally been returned to Peru's Cultural Ministry after they were recovered from locations in Argentina, Mexico, the United States and the United Kingdom. #repatriation
Many of the cultural treasures – made of ceramics, textiles, stone and wood – date back to before Spanish colonization and originate from ancient Indigenous groups.

Newark Earthworks Center shared Ohio Archaeological Council's post.
"Excavations of trash-filled storage pits at the [Hahn] site have found large amounts of flint, ceramics, animal bones, and freshwater mussel shells or bivalves. ...The mussel shells constitute approximately 10% of the total site debris by count and by weight."
Here, you can find information on a broad variety of topics thanks to Cincinnati Museum Center’s extensive collections and knowledgeable curators. Our Geier Collections and Research Center is home to the curatorial staff and the science and history collections, including Archaeology, Archives and ...

Newark Earthworks Center shared Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian's post.
Working with cultural experts, educators, and historians, the museum is creating teaching materials that include narratives of the past, but also stories and voices that illustrate the rich and vibrant cultures of Native peoples and cultures today. By providing these resources online, and through teacher training opportunities, we're determined to change the way Native American history is taught. Native Knowledge 360° and the Teacher in Residence Program—new on Smithsonian Voices.
Teachers often struggle, through no fault of their own, to locate culturally appropriate and historically accurate teaching materials about American Indians. Many textbooks, popular media, and prepackaged curricula relegate American Indians to the distant past and fail to illustrate the dynamic and....

Newark Earthworks Center shared Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian's event.
On March 8, 9 & 10, the museum is featuring special Women’s History Month programming with a focus on Canadian First Nations. Before or after meeting artists Naomi Smith (Chippewas of Nasbah) and weaver Lisa Hageman Yahgulanaas (Haida) in the Potomac Atrium, join us for a preview of April’s Story & Discovery, "The Water Walker," by Joane Robertson (Atikameksheng Anishnawbek). Learn about Josephine Mandamin (Ojibwe of Wiikwemkoong), a grandmother and Canadian activist who since 2003 has walked around each of the Great Lakes to protect our planet’s nibi, or water. Afterward, learn more about the importance of water conservation with a fun activity! Recommended age: 3+ Please note: Groups (e.g., school or home school classes; daycare, camp, or scout groups; etc.) are required to schedule entry time to the imagiNATIONS Activity Center. "The Water Walker" will also be the Story & Discovery book for April.
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