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Native American Museums
Native American Museums

American Indian Culture Research Center - Research center and museum on Northern Plains Native Americans, located at Blue Cloud Abbey in northeast South Dakota.  
Amerind Foundation Museum and Archaeological Research Facility - Mission is to educate and inform the public about American Indian prehistory and history. Exhibits range from anthropology and archaeology to fine arts.  
Antelope Valley Indian Museum - In the 1980s, the State Parks designated the museum to represent cultures of the western Great Basin.  
California Indian Museum and Cultural Center - The museum is being developed by the National Indian Justice Center (NIJC), Indian owned and operated nonprofit corporation.  
Cherokee National Museum - Located in Tahlequah, OK and houses the Cherokee National Archives, the official Archives of the Cherokee Nation, and library.  
Chumash Indian Interpretive Center - Located on wilderness property in Thousand Oaks, California and dedicated to the Chumash People native to Southern California, both historically and culturally through a visual, verbal and hands on experience.  
Davistown museum - Exhibits on Native American history and culture.  
Din College Museum - Displays the cultural heritage, belief, and traditional values of the Navajos.  
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art - Museum dedicated to the appreciation and understanding of American Indian and western art and the many cultures of North America.  
Frisco Native American Museum and Natural History Center - A non-profit educational foundation created for the purpose of preserving Native American artifacts, art, and culture and located on Hatteras Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.  
Indian City USA - Located near Anadarko, Oklahoma, with tour of the life-size villages.  
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center - Museum features exhibits on the culture and heritage of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico.  
Iroquois Indian Museum - Iroquois art, past and present, located in Howes Cave, NY.  
Kaw Mission, Kansas State Historical Society - Located in Council Grove, Kansas and was built in 1850 as a mission school for children of the Kansa Tribe.  
Koshare Museum - Preserves and interprets Native American culture, with a primary focus on art and artifacts of the Southwest and Plains Indians.  
Lawson Corley Museum - Displays arrowheads, artifacts, and war memorabilia. Located in Birmingham, Alabama.  
Lost City Museum - Built by the National Park Service to exhibit artifacts that were being excavated from Pueblo Grande de Nevada of Anasazi Indian sites.  
Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center - Serves as a major resource for scholars and the general public on Native American histories and cultures, particularly the Pequot heritage.  
Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center - A tribally owned-and-operated complex, displays the story of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, and serves as a resource on the history of the Tribe, the histories and cultures of other tribes, and the region's natural history.  
Maturango Museum - A Museum of the cultural and natural history and geology of the Northern Mojave Desert emphasizing our Indian Wells Valley.  
Mid-America All-Indian Center Museum - Located in Wichita, KS to preserve and showcase the heritage of the tribes of North America.  
Millicent Rogers Museum - Display of collections of silver and turquoise jewelry made by Pueblo, Navajo, Zuni and Hopi silversmiths, and the brilliantly-colored Navajo weavings.  
Mohawk Indian Museum - A cultural timeline, depicted by illustrations and artifacts, traces Native American life in the Mohawk Valley from 12,000 years ago to the present. Located in Amsterdam, NY.  
Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum - Located on the side of Mt. Kearsarge in Warner, New Hampshire and dedicated to increasing public awareness of American American traditions, philosophy, and art.  
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture - A component of the Museum of New Mexico, furthers understanding of the Southwest's Indian communities through collection, research, and education focused on the region's indigenous cultures and their history.  
Museum of Indian Culture - Offers information on the Lenni Lenape people, history and culture.  
Museum of New Mexico - The museum houses a collection of art, history and culture in four museums and five monuments statewide.  
Museum of the Cherokee Indian - Located in Cherokee, NC with museum information.  
The Natick Historical Society and Museum - Founded in 1870 and located in South Natick, MA features artifacts of Archaic and Woodland as well as Christian Indian cultures.  
Native American Heritage Museum - The museum located in Highland, Kansas, illustrates contributions such as beadwork, basketmaking, and ribbon work.  
Native American Museums and Monuments - Directory of New Mexico.  
Native American Resource Center - Includes information about history, culture and art.  
Nokomis Learning Center - A Native American Cultural Center located in Okemos, Michigan.  
Pawnee Indian Village - Located in north central Kansas, has an excavated Pawnee earthlodge and a walking trail dotted with the remains of the village including lodges, storage pits, plazas, and a fortification wall.  
People's Center Museum and Gallery - Provides scenes from the Salish, Kootenai and Pend d'Orielle tribal history.  
Pocono Indian Museum - Recreates the life and time of the Delaware Indian.  
Poeh Cultural Center and Museum - Includes online exhibits, an online museum collection catalog, and a video of traditional Pueblo speakers.  
Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park - Located in Phoenix, Arizona and is a National Historic Landmark and the site of a Hohokam Indian ruin.  
Red Earth Museum - Oklahoma City museum exhibiting Native American art and historical artifacts. Includes the Deupree Collection of cradleboards from many Native American nations and tribes.  
Sequoyah Birthplace Museum - Located in Vonore, Tennessee to display the history of the Cherokees in the southern Appalachian area.  
Shawnee and Woodland Native American Museum - Owned and operated by the Shawnee nation, URB of Ohio and located at the Zane Shawnee Caverns and Southwind Park campgrounds.  
Sherman Indian Museum - Museum dedicated to the history of Native Americans. Houses traditional Native American art and history exhibits. Located in Riverside, CA.  
The Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian - Dedicated to the preservation, study, and exhibition of the life, languages, literature, history, and arts.  
Southern Plains Indian Museum - Exhibits the creative achievements of artists and craftsmen of the United States.  
Southwest Museum - The collections represent cultures from Alaska to South America is located in Los Angeles, CA.  
Stewart Indian Museum - Displays information on museum and trading post, The Stewart Indian School,The Basket Weavers Guild, and the Biography of Dat-So-La-Lee.  
Stewart Indian Museum and Trading Post - Located on the grounds of the former Stewart Indian Boarding School, the site is part of a planned six building Native American Cultural Complex.  
The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian - Changing exhibitions in the main gallery include contemporary and traditional American Indian art, with an emphasis on the Southwest.