DIGADOHI means lands in Cherokee and the story of their removal is recorded in the archaeology at places like the Snelson-Brinker farm in Missouri, and in the traditions and family histories of the Cherokee today. July 4th, 2017 the historic Snelson-Brinker cabin was burnt to the ground. A criminal investigation was launched.
Free and open to the public courtesy of Missouri Humanities Council.
Filmmaker Monty Dobson will join us for a post- show discussion.
(NR, 57 min.)
September 25th- SOLD OUT
See additional screening below- passes available at concessions