This museum is located in a pretty First Nations village on Cape Mudge. The truly impressive collection of ritual items (masks, chiefly) derives chiefly from items confiscated in the early 1920s by the government for violating the anti-potlatch laws of the time. As such, most are items that were actually used in past ceremonies, not more recent recreations. Displayed in a very nice building, they are well worth seeing!
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