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Art History, Art Conservation and Anthropology student Annabelle Fichtner will present her research on traditional net making and her collaboration with the Lenape Tribe of Delaware on Saturday, November 17 at 12pm at the Immanuel Union Church in Cheswold, Delaware. Fichtner’s research examines how fishing nets were traditionally made among Mid-Atlantic tribes and explores how this knowledge can be revived and shared within Native communities today.

You can read more about Fichtner’s project on the Art Conservation student blog

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Undergraduate Annabelle Fichtner has been collaborating with the Lenape Tribe of Delaware to study and revive traditional net making.

Undergraduate Annabelle Fichtner has been collaborating with the Lenape Tribe of Delaware to study and revive traditional net making. 

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  • University of Delaware
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