Now in Fermilab Library: exhibit on Native Americans on Fermilab site

Fermilab employees and users can view these arrowheads up close at the new display in the Fermilab Library. Photo: Fermilab Archives

A small, new exhibit for employees and users is on display in the Fermilab Library on the third floor of Wilson Hall. Titled “Native Americans on the Fermilab Site,” the exhibit showcases the work of archaeologist Ann Early and August Mier, a local collector who donated Native American artifacts he found on the land that became the Fermilab site.

View arrowheads left on Fermilab’s grounds thousands of years ago and articles published in the 1970s on Early and Mier’s work.

View the virtual exhibit for more information.

Emily Loomis of the Information Resources Department designed the exhibit.