Manitouk Cultural & Research Institute. MCRI’s Future Looking Heritage & Research Institute Project. MCRI.
MCRI’s Future Looking
Heritage & Research Institute
Master Building Plan
Well-known artist wants to pass along his talent and skills to our new generation members through a mentoring process – hands-on and via satellite access.
Well-known Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Author
frequently visits to conduct annual writing workshop. Known for her story-telling, Erdrich has many works to her credit and with wide, popular appeal to young and old.
Mother & Child Alabaster Stone
Ryan Keplin is a left-handed fiddler, aka - The Fiddlin Lefty” plays instruments such as: Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar and last, but not least, Drums.
CHARLIE WHITE WEASEL, American Indian Tribal Historian is the recipient of the National Iron Eyes Cody Peace Medal Award given in Recognition of Outstanding Contributions in the Preservation of American Indian History and Culture. White Weasel is a lifetime member of the Turtle Mountain Historical Society now MCRI, Turtle Mountain Chippewa Tribe of North Central North Dakota.
Changes made include the name from MCRI to Manitouk Cultural Research Institute (MCRI). Additional changes have occurred with the new Board members, under a new Board Chair. DSG Architects, Minneapolis, MN have been selected for the Phase IV blue prints and designs.