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New Iroquois Museum exhibit to focus on issues

Maria Vann is the new director of the Iroquois Indian Museum. She is seen with a new art exhibit being built at the museum.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Maria Vann is the new director of the Iroquois Indian Museum. She is seen with a new art exhibit being built at the museum.
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When the Iroquois Indian Museum opens for another season on Tuesday, visitors will see a new exhibit, “Standing in Two Worlds: Iroquois in 2014,” featuring 40 paintings, photographs, sculpture and more by artists representing the Six Nations of the Iroquois. The Schoharie County museum also has a new director, Maria Vann, who took charge on Jan. 1, and succeeds Erynne Ansel-McCabe, who had that job for 11 years. Vann grew up in Suffolk County and ...


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