A new exhibit at the Colorado History Museum examines key periods and events for American Indians who have lived within Colorado's boundaries during the last 500 years. It's called, Tribal Paths: Colorado's American Indians, 1500 to Today. Historians consulted with the state's tribal leaders to determine what the exhibit should include. Ryan Warner talks to Modupe Labode, the museum's chief historian.
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