Museum of Indian Culture

Museum of Indian Culture The Museum of Indian Culture's mission is to preserve and educate the public about the Northeastern Woodland Indians as well as other American Indian Cultures.
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The Museum of Indian Culture, Pennsylvania’s oldest Native American heritage museum, is a unique resource center for people of all ages to learn about the Lenape (Delaware) and other American Indian tribes. Located in an eighteenth century stone farmhouse in the scenic Little Lehigh Parkway, the Museum has educated the community about Native American heritage for over 36 years. Each year, the Museum provides guided tours of hands-on exhibits showcasing Native American tools, basketry, artwork, photographs, textiles, and beadwork. Visitors learn to grind corn using a mortar and pestle, make a fire with a softwood fire kit, and even try their hand at the ancient American Indian hunting implement, the atlatl (weather permitting). The Museum also offers a comprehensive research library and educational outreach programs for school and community organizations throughout the region. Additionally, the Museum hosts a variety of special events, lectures, and crafts workshops throughout the year. The Roasting Ears of Corn Festival, held during the third weekend in August, is the oldest Native American festival in eastern Pennsylvania. This annual event celebrates Native American culture through dance, music, art, food, and life ways, and features Native American award-winning recording artists, and art and jewelry vendors from across the country. Other special events include: “Just for Kids! Native American Heritage Day,” a fun-filled children’s craft and life skills event in September; “Artifact Road Show” during Archaeology Month in October; and in November celebrates Native American Heritage Month. The Museum's regular hours are Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 am – 4 p.m. Starting in June, the Museum’s hours are extending to Thursday through Sunday from 10 am – 4 pm 36th Annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival- August - 3rd weekend Celebrate Native American culture at PA oldest Native American gathering. Experience Native American drumming, singing, dancing, authentic arts and crafts, foods and more. Gates open to the public 10 am. Grand entry is 12 noon. $8 Adults, $5 Seniors & Children 8 – 12, Kids 7 and under & Members free MUSEUM CURRENT FEATURED EXHIBITS: “Mystery Unearthed: The Extraordinary Story of Two Lenape Rock Shelters” In 1942, amateur archeologists discovered two rock shelters near the town of Broomall, Pennsylvania. Their romp in the woods turned serious when they uncovered a skeleton and thousands of Native American artifacts in one of the rock shelters. This new exhibit presents a life-size replica of the Broomall Rock Shelters that shows how Lenape families or hunting parties may have occupied them for centuries. "Tropical Storm Unearths Upper Saucon’s Ancient Past: Lenape Life along Saucon Creek" this exhibit reveals the pre-historic evidence of the Lehigh Valley’s earliest inhabitants through Robert Kufrovich’s collection of artifacts excavated from one of many significant archaeological sites surveyed and recorded in the path of 1980’s Interstate 78 and Route 309 Southern Corridor construction projects. The collection of stone points, scrapers, ground tools, celts, hammer stones and game balls reveal the rich heritage of the Lenape who once lived in our region from pre-historic times through the infamous “Walking Purchase.” "Let's Pow-wow! Native American Dance Regalia, Customs and Tradition Exhibit" - Trace the history of American Indian dance regalia—one of the most underappreciated art forms in America. Discover how trade and cultural change has transformed this clothing over the past 200 years, and learn the importance of the powwow and how dance and dance regalia continue to help preserve tradition, foster innovation, and bring American Indian families together today. Visitors can also learn about the intensity of today’s American Indian competition dancing

Mission: The Museum of Indian Culture's mission is to preserve and educate the public about the Northeastern Woodland Indians as well as other American Indian Cultures.

Talk about a puzzle during quarantine! How many different types of pottery can you identify?
03/29/2020

Talk about a puzzle during quarantine! How many different types of pottery can you identify?

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03/27/2020
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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH Susan La Flesche Picotte (1865-1915)Widely acknowledged as the first Native American to earn a med...
03/24/2020

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

Susan La Flesche Picotte (1865-1915)

Widely acknowledged as the first Native American to earn a medical degree, Susan La Flesche Picotte also campaigned for public health and for the legal allotment of land to members of the Omaha tribe.

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH Wilma Mankiller (1945-2010) was a Cherokee activist, social worker, community developer and the fi...
03/22/2020

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH

Wilma Mankiller (1945-2010) was a Cherokee activist, social worker, community developer and the first woman elected to serve as Principle Chief of the Cherokee Nation. She was a tireless advocate working to improve the image of Native Americans and diligently worked to combat the misappropriation of native heritage.

Visitors to the museum recently got a special treat with a Molly of Denali character for photo ops and an exclusive scre...
03/18/2020
Molly of Denali . Activities | PBS KIDS

Visitors to the museum recently got a special treat with a Molly of Denali character for photo ops and an exclusive screener thanks to Lehigh Valley Public Media (PBS39).
Spend some time with your little ones this week with these fun crafts and activities. Found at https://pbskids.org/molly/activities. When we reopen, come by with family and friends to learn and have a fun outing in a scenic setting.

Download Molly of Denali activities you can do at home.

03/18/2020
'Molly of Denali,' about an Athabascan girl in Alaska, premieres on PBS Kids

Visitors to the museum recently got a special treat with a Molly of Denali character for photo ops and an exclusive screener thanks to Lehigh Valley Public Media (PBS39).Tune into PBS or watch an episode at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXTjRliNcEA/. Great way to spend time at home.

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03/17/2020

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Museum of Indian Culture staff had a wonderful time meeting with Delaware Nation in Anadarko, Oklahoma the past few days...
03/05/2020

Museum of Indian Culture staff had a wonderful time meeting with Delaware Nation in Anadarko, Oklahoma the past few days! Wanishi!

02/28/2020

Drumming Workshops at the Museum of Indian Culture are sold-out. We are no longer accepting reservations for the upcoming drumming workshops this Saturday. Thank you to all who sign-up!

Did you know that Up to 26%of your Online Shopping can go to The Museum of Indian Culture, thanks to iGive.com, here is ...
02/27/2020
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Did you know that Up to 26%of your Online Shopping can go to The Museum of Indian Culture, thanks to iGive.com, here is how in three Easy Steps

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SOLD OUT - Drumming Workshops, this Saturday, February 29th.
02/24/2020

SOLD OUT - Drumming Workshops, this Saturday, February 29th.

Membership enrollment is open! Explore the benefits and become a member of the Museum of Indian Culture. Your membership...
02/23/2020
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Membership enrollment is open! Explore the benefits and become a member of the Museum of Indian Culture. Your membership supports our on-going mission to provide quality education to the community about Native Americans through our exhibits, festivals, programs and special events.

Enjoy a free one-year museum admission, unlimited access to the Clair A. Carbonell Native American Research Library, free admission to our Roasting Ears of Corn Festival and so much more! For info on signing up and a full list of benefits, please visit https://www.museumofindianculture.org/membership

Your membership supports our on-going mission to provide quality education to the community about Native Americans through our exhibits, festivals, programs and special events.

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02/07/2020

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The Museum of Indian Culture presents“THE GREAT NATIVE AMERICAN TOOLKIT”                                                ...
02/07/2020

The Museum of Indian Culture presents

“THE GREAT NATIVE AMERICAN TOOLKIT”

Featuring prehistoric stone tools and pottery used by the ancient Mississippian (Mound Builder) cultures, Northeastern Woodland Lenape / Delaware / Iroquois, and Anasazi / Pueblo of the Southwest, and ancient bone fishing tools carved by Alaskan Natives.

The Great Native American Toolkit tells the story of the creative genius of North America’s first peoples and their ability to survive and thrive using similar tools made from regional resources.

Museum hours are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. admission is $5 for adults, $4 for children 12-17 and seniors over 62, and children under 12 are free.

Museum of Indian Culture
2825 Fish Hatchery Road
Allentown, Pa 18103
610-797-2121

Historic Map arrives at the Delaware Nation in Oklahoma in honor of the opening of the new Historic Preservation Office,...
01/23/2020

Historic Map arrives at the Delaware Nation in Oklahoma in honor of the opening of the new Historic Preservation Office, at the Museum of Indian Culture in Allentown, PA,

ANADARKO, OK (January 17, 2020) -- A significant piece of Delaware Nation’s history was welcomed with ceremony and prayer on Friday, January 17th at 10:30am at the Cultural Preservation building in Anadarko. Linda Poolaw, along with tribal citizens, welcomed the map with smoking cedar, song and prayer to ask the creator to bless this piece of history and to protect it for many generations to come.

In honor of the opening of our new Historic Preservation Office in Allentown, PA, Tuesday January 14th at 6pm, Barton Cartwright, Delaware Nation citizen, presented President Deborah Dotson with a historical map. The map displays the Philadelphia region known as Coaquannock, “Grove of Tall Pines” as first seen by the white man and confirms the existence of the Delaware people before contact. President Deborah Dotson and Information Technology Director Joshua Farley safely delivered the map all the way from Yardley, PA so it could be carefully preserved and displayed in Anadarko.

We would like to thank Mr. Cartwright for donating the map to Delaware Nation and a special Thank You to Linda Poolaw and the tribal citizens for attending the welcoming ceremony. Wanìshi!

We are pleased to announce the opening of the Delaware Nation Historic Preservation Office at the Museum of Indian Cultu...
01/18/2020
Delaware Nation Opens New Historic Preservation Office - Delaware Nation

We are pleased to announce the opening of the Delaware Nation Historic Preservation Office at the Museum of Indian Culture

Delaware Nation is pleased to announce that our Historic Preservation Office will be extending to Allentown, Pennsylvania. The Museum of Indian Culture in Allentown added an additional service that will now be offering with the opening of a Historic Preservation Office in partnership with Delaware N...

Hi Friends, the Museum of Indian Culture's 40th annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival date is set for August 15 and 16, ...
01/11/2020

Hi Friends, the Museum of Indian Culture's 40th annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival date is set for August 15 and 16, 2020.

We are excited to have award-winning artist Joanne Shenandoah perform both days of the event. We will be offering again day money for the first qualified 30 dancers each day of the festival. We are now accepting Vendor applications. Both dancer registration and vendor application forms are available at https://www.museumofindianculture.org/roasting-ears-of-corn-festival. For more information please email [email protected] or contact Pat Rivera at 610-797-2121

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Join us at the Museum of Indian Culture this Saturday to celebrate Native American Heritage Month
11/04/2019

Join us at the Museum of Indian Culture this Saturday to celebrate Native American Heritage Month

Saturdays at the Museum of Indian Culturepresents.....TAKING ADVANTAGE OF ACORNSOctober 26, 201910 am - 4 pmThe weather ...
10/18/2019

Saturdays at the Museum of Indian Culture
presents.....
TAKING ADVANTAGE OF ACORNS
October 26, 2019
10 am - 4 pm

The weather is cooling and leaves are changing color. It’s time to gather acorns. These nuts are nutritious, but contain high amounts of tannins and require special preparation to make them edible. Although they were widely enjoyed, acorns were a staple food of many Native American tribes. Learn traditional and modern methods to process and use them.

SATURDAYS AT THE MUSEUM, a series of special programs / lifeways demonstrations that celebrates the culture and heritage of this nation First Peoples. Admission includes demonstration and museum tour: $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and children 12-17, and children under 12 are free.

For more information, please call the museum at 610-797-2121 or email [email protected]. Also visit our website at museumofindianculture.org.

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The Museum of Indian Culture thanks everyone who attended this years Roasting Ears of Corn Festival. Special thanks to o...
08/30/2019

The Museum of Indian Culture thanks everyone who attended this years Roasting Ears of Corn Festival. Special thanks to our drummers, dancers, performers, vendors and demonstrators, and especially our volunteers. Volunteers are the heartbeat of our organization, and without them, the museum could not have had such a successful event. Additionally, we would also like to thank Landis Block and Concrete, Nyce Crete Company, MCS, Redners, What's Going on in the Lehigh Valley, and Discover Lehigh Valley for their support. See you next year!

Photo taken by Wendy Munro Jamison

Museum of Indian Culture
08/30/2019

Museum of Indian Culture

Photo taken by Wendy Munro Jamison

Photo taken by Wendy Munro Jamison
08/30/2019

Photo taken by Wendy Munro Jamison

The Museum of Indian Culture thanks everyone who attended this years Roasting Ears of Corn Festival. Special thanks to our drummers, dancers, performers, vendors and demonstrators, and especially our volunteers. Volunteers are the heartbeat of our organization, and without them, the museum could not have had such a successful event. Additionally, we would also like to thank Landis Block and Concrete, Nyce Crete Company, MCS, Redners, What's Going on in the Lehigh Valley, and Discover Lehigh Valley for their support. See you next year!

08/18/2019
Megan Frank PBS39

Megan Frank PBS39

Bill Miller joins us at PBS39! The THREE time Grammy winner reflects on his decades of work, including recording ''Colors Of The Wind'' for Disney's ''Pocahontas'' and jamming with Johnny Cash's family. Miller performs the title track on Cash's posthumous album ''Look Again To The Wind: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited.'' Check out Miller's concert THIS weekend at the Museum of Indian Culture's Roasting Ears Of Corn Festival in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

08/18/2019
Megan Frank PBS39

Megan Frank PBS39

It was a true *HONOR* to interview Native American singer/songwriter Bill Miller at PBS39! The *THREE* time Grammy winner joins me for my Culture Shock segment to reflect on his decades of work, including recording ''Colors Of The Wind'' for Disney's ''Pocahontas'' and jamming with Johnny Cash's family. Miller performs the title track on Cash's posthumous album ''Look Again To The Wind: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited.'' Check out Miller's concert *TONIGHT* at the Museum of Indian Culture's Roasting Ears Of Corn Festival in Allentown, Pennsylvania. *WATCH* my interview with this much celebrated and charismatic artist in the video below and hear him perform one of his original songs, ''Chasing Birds.''

Megan Frank PBS39
08/18/2019

Megan Frank PBS39

🎸🥁🎼🎤🎬 WOW! What an amazing *HONOR* to interview Native American singer/songwriter Bill Miller for PBS39! The *THREE* time Grammy winner joins me for my #CultureShock segment to reflect on his decades of work, including recording ''Colors Of The Wind'' for #Disney's #Pocahontas and jamming with #JohnnyCash's family. Miller performs the title track on Cash's posthumous album ''Look Again To The Wind: Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited.'' Check out Miller's concert *TONIGHT* at the Museum of Indian Culture's Roasting Ears Of Corn Festival in Allentown, Pennsylvania. *WATCH* my interview with this much celebrated and charismatic artist on my PBS page ''Megan Frank PBS39'' and hear him perform one of his original songs called ''Chasing Birds.'' #pbs #pbs39 #arts #culture #lehighvalley #allentown #pennsylvania #meganfrank #nativeamerican #nativeamericanmusic #music

Come out for your face painting.
08/17/2019

Come out for your face painting.

Here are two of the wonderful face paintings done today. Come out and get yours.
08/17/2019

Here are two of the wonderful face paintings done today. Come out and get yours.

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08/12/2019

5 DAYS TILL THE FESTIVAL! What’s your favorite food to get?!?

Attention:  All Volunteers!This Saturday, August 3rd, pre-festival set-up begins for the Museum of Indian Culture's 39th...
07/29/2019

Attention: All Volunteers!
This Saturday, August 3rd, pre-festival set-up begins for the Museum of Indian Culture's 39th Annual Roasting Ears of Corn festival!

This Saturday we begin by setting up canopies at 10 am.

If you plan on helping out either for pre festival set-up (August 3 - August 16); or during the event (August 17 and 18), please dress weather appropriate, wear sturdy shoes....and don't forget sunscreen! For more information about volunteering visit https://www.museumofindianculture.org/roasting-ears-of-corn-festival

Any questions about volunteering or the festival just give us a call at (610) 797-2121, message us on Facebook, or email [email protected]. Groups welcome!

The Roasting Ears of Corn festival will be held on the grounds of the Museum of Indian Culture, 2825 Fish Hatchery Rd., Allentown, PA. on August 17 and 18th, 2019.

Have you seen the Museum of Indian Culture's newest exhibit?“THE GREAT NATIVE AMERICAN TOOLKIT"Over 20,000 years ago, th...
07/25/2019

Have you seen the Museum of Indian Culture's newest exhibit?

“THE GREAT NATIVE AMERICAN TOOLKIT"

Over 20,000 years ago, the first humans in North America began revolutionizing their cultures with specialized tools and weapons. Through trial and error they became skilled hunters, tolerated harsh climates, and equipped themselves to travel vast distances to hunt and forage for foods. “The Great Native American Toolkit” tells the story of the creative genius of North America’s first peoples and their ability to survive and thrive using similar tools made from regional resources.

This is a fascinating exhibit that features prehistoric stone tools and pottery used by the ancient Mississippian (Mound Builder) cultures, Northeastern Woodland (Lenape / Delaware / Iroquois), Southwestern cultures (Anasazi / Pueblo), and ancient bone fishing tools carved by Alaskan Natives.

Museum hours are Thursday - Sunday 10 am - 4 pm.
2825 Fish Hatchery Rd., Allentown, PA 18103
www.museumofindianculture.org

Native American Flutist and 3 time GRAMMY winner                                                     Bill Miller        ...
07/25/2019
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Native American Flutist and 3 time GRAMMY winner Bill Miller to performer at the 39th Roasting Ears of Corn Festival

Bill Miller, world renown, multi-award winning Native American (Mohican) flutist and recording artist will perform at the 39th Annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival on August 17 & 18, 2019 at the Museum of Indian Culture, 2825 Fish Hatchery Road, in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Performance times are 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily.

His Indian name, Fush-Ya Heay Ka, means “bird song”. For over 30 years, Bill Miller’s music has amplified the whispers of Native peoples’ hearts, while bridging cultures around the world with his signature sound: thunder (the voice), wind (the Native American flute), water (the guitar), and soul (the story).

Bill Miller is an award-winning Native American recording artist, performer, songwriter, activist, painter, and world-class native flute player. Over the entirety, Miller has produced over a dozen albums, received three GRAMMY® Awards, numerous Native American Music Awards & Association (NAMA) awards (including a “Lifetime Achievement” Award) and led Wisconsin’s La Crosse Symphony Orchestra. He is now touring in support of the history-making album release, Look Again To The Wind: Johnny Cash’s Bitter Tears Revisited, on which he performed the title track.

Festival admission is $10 for adults, $5 for seniors over age 62 and children 8-17, and children under eight are FREE. Festival gates are open daily on August 19 & 20 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information about Bill Miller and the Museum of Indian Culture, please see:

http://billmiller.co/
https://www.facebook.com/BillMillerArts/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbMgIDHRjMk&list=RDC0c2tnceCJg&index=2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-j8nN4ELUI&list=RDC0c2tnceCJg&index=3
http://www.museumofindianculture.org

For more information about the festival, please contact:

Museum of Indian Culture
2825 Fish Hatchery Road
Allentown, PA 18103
Phone: 610-797-2121
Email: [email protected]

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2825 Fish Hatchery Rd
Allentown, PA
18103

General information

Museum of Indian Culture Open Thurs-Sun 10:00 noon to 4:00 pm Admission: $5.00 Adults, $4.00 Children 12-17, Free to: Members & Children 11 and under *Group educational programs of 10 or more are scheduled outside regular business hours. Please contact the museum for details and pricing at (610) 797-2121.

Opening Hours

Friday 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Sunday 10:00 - 16:00

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(610) 797-2121

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The Museum of Indian Culture, Pennsylvania’s oldest Native American heritage museum, is a unique resource center for people of all ages to learn about the Lenape (Delaware) and other American Indian tribes. Located in an eighteenth century stone farmhouse in the scenic Little Lehigh Parkway, the Museum has educated the community about Native American heritage for over 38 years. Each year, the Museum provides guided tours of hands-on exhibits showcasing Native American tools, basketry, artwork, photographs, textiles, and beadwork. Visitors learn to grind corn using a mortar and pestle, make a fire with a softwood fire kit, and even try their hand at the ancient American Indian hunting implement, the atlatl (weather permitting). The Museum also offers a comprehensive research library and educational outreach programs for school and community organizations throughout the region. The Museum offers guided tours Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 am – 4 p.m. During summer months June 1 thru Labor Day, the Museum’s hours are extending to Thursday through Sunday from 10 am – 4 pm, Admission Fee: $5 Adults; $4 Seniors (age 65); $4 Children ages 12 and over; Children 11 and under Free; Members Free Our Annual Roasting Ears of Corn Festival- August - 3rd weekend Celebrate Native American culture at PA oldest Native American gathering. Experience Native American drumming, singing, dancing, authentic arts and crafts, foods and more. Gates open to the public 10 am. Grand entry is 12 noon. $10 Adults, $5 Seniors & Children 8 – 12, Kids 7 and under & Members free

MUSEUM CURRENT FEATURED EXHIBITS: “WARRIOR SPIRIT”

“Warrior Spirit: Journey of the Native American Warrior,” honors a long tradition and largely unknown participation of native peoples in the U.S. military. Since the Revolutionary War, Native Americans have served in every major conflict and at a higher rate in proportion to their population than any other ethnic group.

The spirit of the Native American warrior is deeply rooted in culture and tradition. “Warrior Spirit: Journey of the Native American Warrior” chronicles the history of native participation in the U.S. military amidst wars fought on a land that once was theirs and also abroad. This 200-year history is told through pictures, stories of heroism, and wartime relics, including 1940’s field radios used during WWII by Navajo Code Talkers who used their once forbidden language to help save this nation “KACHINAS: SPIRIT DOLLS OF THE HOPI”

“Kachinas: Spirit Dolls of the Hopi” features over 50 hand-carved and hand-painted wooden figures based on Hopi kachinas. Carved by George Melloy, a retired Bethlehem Steel Metallurgical Engineer, the sculptures reproduce with stunning color and historical accuracy the full round of Hopi ceremonies, including the Bean Dance ceremony and the Winter Solstice ceremony. Visit us and learn the fascinating history of Hopi kachinas and their pivotal role in Pueblo Indian cultures. "THE GREAT NATIVE AMERICAN TOOLKIT" - This exhibit features prehistoric stone tools and pottery used by the ancient Mississippian (Mound Builder) cultures, Northeastern Woodland Lenape / Delaware / Iroquois, and Anasazi / Pueblo of the Southwest, and ancient bone fishing tools carved by Alaskan Natives. The Great Native American Toolkit tells the story of the creative genius of North America’s first peoples and their ability to survive and thrive using similar tools made from regional resources.

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