WHENSeptember 7, 2023
ADDRESSNational Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
ABOUT THE EVENT
In an effort to document his Pawnee warrior’s story, Brummett Echohawk sketched both the brutality of combat and the common humanity of soldiers. Echohawk formed part of a massive Allied force that unleashed devastating destruction on the enemies of freedom, but from Echohawk to Eisenhower, from one soldier’s art to the Monuments Men, they fought equally as hard to preserve the cultural patrimony that embodied these ideals. Presented by David D’Andrea, Ph.D, professor of history at Oklahoma State University and co-curator of Nations at War! Bring your lunch or purchase one at The Museum Grill. Reservations are not required. Free admission to the Brown Bag presentation and The Museum Grill.