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Wednesday
25
APR

Rick Steber Presentation

19:00
22:00
Ninepipes Museum
Event organized by Ninepipes Museum

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One of his most recent books, Red White Black: A True Story of Race and Rodeo relates the story of Jackson Sundown, and will be the focus of his public presentation at the Ninepipes Museum of Early Montana on Wednesday, April 25 at 7 p.m. Steber will tell how this Nez Perce man rose to the top, beating the white man at his own game, and became the World Champion at the 1916 Pendleton Roundup. Jackson Sundown was the nephew of Chief Joseph and has a connection to the Flathead Reservation following his years in Canada after the Battle of Big Hole in 1877. Space is limited for this presentation. The ticket price of $20 per person also buys a raffle ticket; the three raffle items include a commemorative Pendleton blanket honoring Jackson Sundown, a gift package of Rick Steber books, and a vacation package valued at over $400.