Homelands: Native Nations of Allegheny

The Fort Pitt Museum will take visitors on an in-depth exploration of the history and culture of American Indian tribes who once called Western Pa. home inside its new exhibition, Homelands: Native Nations of Allegheny, which opens on Saturday, June 22.   

Created in collaboration with federally recognized Delaware, Seneca, Seneca-Cayuga, and Shawnee communities, this groundbreaking exhibition will illuminate the past, present, and future of the region’s Native tribes with rare artifacts and new scholarship.

The Homelands: Native Nations of Allegheny will feature dozens of objects on loan from American Indian tribes – including domestic objects, decorated moccasins, pouches, and contemporary arts and crafts – along with artifacts and imagery from the collections of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and Heinz History Center.

Stay tuned for more exhibit details.