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How Indigenous people historically marked eclipses

The moon covers the sun during a total solar eclipse. (Timothy D. Easley/AP)
The moon covers the sun during a total solar eclipse. (Timothy D. Easley/AP)

Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Erin Fehr, archivist at the Sequoyah National Research Center at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and Dakota Brown, director of education at the Museum of the Cherokee People. Fehr is Yu’pik and Brown is a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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