The exhibit includes a copy of the poster by Bristol Eastwood
featuring the names of tribes from across Turtle Island and highlights characteristics of Native Americans: Pride, Strength, Honor, Respect.
Turtle Island is a name once used to describe what is today
known as the United States. According to the Seminole Tribune,
Aaron Carapella, identified as part Aniyunwiya, spent 14 years recreating a map outlining the
groups who populated this region in 1490. In a June 2013 article posted
on the Indian Country Today Media Network website
Mr. Carapella discusses his inspiration for tackling the project.
Click the thumbnail below for a close up of one of the display cases
in this exhibit.
Palomar P Exhibit!
Librarian Laurie Hope designed a wonderful tribute to the
Palomar P landmark.
The display is on the 3rd floor of the Library building and
highlights the original 'planting' of the P in 1952 as well as its
refurbishment. Did you know the P is actually made of limestone?
Were you aware that the construction was done by Palomar College
Read more about the original project and the 1985 'revisiting' by
scanning articles within the display. You can also check out images
of the Palomar workers who helped create and maintain this landmark.
It's not available online, so stop by and read all about it!
For a full view of the display, click the thumbnail below.
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