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390 A Summit Road
Exeter, RI, 02822
United States

(401)491-9063

Tomaquag Museum is dedicated to educating the public and promote thoughtful dialogue regarding Indigenous history, culture, arts, Mother Earth and to connect to native issues of today.

Podcasts

 

WELCOME TO INDIGENOUS LIFEWAYS!

What is "The Indigenous life ways podcast"?  Published weekly, this video series explores a variety of different subjects around Indigenous life. We showcase cultural presentations by our executive Director Lorén Spears, guest lectures from Rhode Island historians, creations of Indigenous art from native american artists, Indigenous book authors, and much much more! The podcast can be viewed on our website, or "subscribed" to using your favorite podcast app for your mobile phone. The Indigenous Artways Podcast is free to download, and is supported by our viewership. To find out how you can help support this podcast, please click here for more details. 


VIDEO PLAYER

Our video player (directly below ) plays all of our podcast episodes.  The most recent is always visible. Miss an episode? Just click on "More Episodes" in the player menu to access all of our episodes.     Subscribe to the podcast and get it delivered to your desktop or mobile device automatically! 


NO BRAVER MEN


No Braver Men takes a look at the 1st Regiment of Rhode Island, and how Indigenous people as well as people of color impacted that regiment who fought in the revolutionary war.

This talk is hosted by Loren Spears, Executive Director at the Tomaquag Museum in Rhode Island, and Robert Geake, Rhode Island historian, and is a board member of the Cocumscussoc Association which manages the Smith’s Castle museum in Rhode Island.


 

Our podcasts are always free!  SUBSCRIBE in apple iTunes and have each new episode download automatically to your computer or mobile device!  

 

Want to help produce  the Indigenous Lifeways Podcast?

Become a Patron! Visit our patreon page

Your support helps us continue to produce episodes of Indigenous Lifeways. This includes:

     * Production Costs

     *Media Hosting Fees

     *Website Maintenance

     *Visiting Educators

We thank you for your continued support of our museum!

 

Music for the podcast used by special permission of Eagle & Hawk.

Title track from their album "Mother Earth" and available in Apple I-tunes.

We deeply appreciate their generous donation of use of their song!

 

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AND NEVER MISS AN EPISODE!

By subscribing to our podcast, each episode will automatically be downloaded to your mobile phone, tablet, or computer. Shown below, you will find the different ways you can subscribe to our podcasts from the easiest to the more complex depending on your technical ability.

 

SUBSCRIBING USING ITUNES (DESKTOP)

Clicking the I-Tunes button below will take you to the "I-Tunes Preview" page of the iTunes store. From there, click "View In I-Itunes" which will launch the I-Tunes software (available from apple) which will bring you to our podcast page inside the  I-Tunes podcast directory. Next, click "Subscribe". a popup will ask you to confirm. Click "Subscribe" a second time.