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Jessica Diemer-Eaton is a historical interpreter and owner of Woodland Indian Educational Programs (WIEP). She conducts public programs on historical Northeastern Native American lifeways for museums, Powwows, historical reenactments, cultural centers, and schools. WIEP provides interpretive workshops for museum docents and guides, illustrations for educational publications, and free worksheets and coloring pages downloads for classroom use (limited permissions for teachers). Jessica joined Squidoo in 2010 where she builds these lenses as free, reader friendly, easily accessible educational sources. Outreach is a large part of WIEP, and it includes offering informational online sources that are culturally and historically responsible - no popular stereotypes, no pushing of "primitivism" for audience entertainment at the expense of the facts, and no "propaganda history" being passed off as actual history. Jessica is author of "The First Peoples of Ohio & Indiana: Native American History Resource Book." She also writes articles focusing on Northeastern Native history and culture, and the interpretation of such to museum audiences (published with Yahoo! Voices); she has been published in both "Backwoodsman" and "Journal of the Early Americas" magazines. Visit the WIEP website at www.WoodlandIndianEDU.com to learn more about her and the programs and learning materials WIEP provides.

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