The program begins with a virtual tour of the Museum.
A lecture about Native Americans and their connection to baseball follows, and includes repeated questions that are posed to students.
The program concludes with a discussion about Native American mascots and logos and their roles in baseball.
Participants will learn about early Native American games that utilized a stick and a ball.
Participants will also learn about the expulsion of Native Americans over time, the rise of Native boarding schools, and the exploits of pioneering ballplayers like Louis Sockalexis, Jim Thorpe, and Chief Bender.