It is a wonderful museum. Unfortunately when we visited they had just had a fire and the Potlatch exhibit was not on display (the main attraction). It is really sad as a number of articles are damaged. We enjoyed the exhibits they had and the community touch. There was a presentation by a cedar weaver that was incredible. We sat with her and a museum staff member and had the most wonderful conversation. St. Michel's residential school sits beside the museum as a grim reminder of the past. It really was a powerful experience.
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