Dr. David Rozier invested a lifetime acquiring and researching Native American artifacts. The Native American Prints and Points exhibition includes a representative number of objects from his extensive collection.
Central Georgia has been at the crossroads of civilization for centuries. The heritage of Native Americans who have lived here and left behind tangible remains has long fascinated us. Native American Prints and Points, on display at the Museum of Arts and Sciences from June 2 through September 2, pays homage to the interests of two collectors, Duross Fitzpatrick of Jeffersonville and Dr. David Rozier of Macon.
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