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Ganondagan State Historic Site

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Ganondagan State Historic Site

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Visited in the fall for one of their festivals... took a long hike in the beautiful countryside. Visited the long houses and saw their amazing art and historical items. The history is sad but a remarkable site to see.
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Did not care for the video. Hard to follow and too much dancing. Docent was very informative. Young male intern by longhouse was friendly and informative as well.
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I visited the Ganondagan facility for work, as I had to take a course inside the Cultural Center. They have a large, open area in the middle that easily fit our 30 people around tables to facilitate our course, and the folks at the Center were very friendly and welcoming. I
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My boyfriend and I visited Ganondagan today for the first time. We went for their Native American Winter Fest and had a great experience. Their current exhibits were comprehensive and some were modern and interactive. I particularly enjoyed the are scattered throughout the
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I have lived less than a mile away from this rare historic site. When my wife and I were wondering what we were going to do on a Sunday afternoon I mentioned Ganondagan and we decided to take the 3 minute ride to the interpretive center to see what we had been missing. After
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