It was disappointing not to be able to take even non-flash digital photos of the exhibits. I would love to have shared them on this site as well as with friends. Otherwise, this is a 5 star exhibit. You are allowed to take pictures of the outside areas. The exhibit is not a crowded room full of artifacts and lots of reading material. It is rather a walk through history with a brief written description of the area being viewed. From the self sufficiency of the isolated cultures, to the changes brought about by the introduction of horses, settles, politicians, and and the railroad. With each introduction the the Indian community became weakened and in danger of losing it's identity completely, as each generation became inculcated into the greater society. I remember one information display that likened the US Government taking away their hunting and fishing grounds to a "newborn being taken away from it's mother's breasts while being nourished." I thought this was the best description of what has happened to all native American...at least today some tribes have their casinos. The displays are well designed and there is a good movie describing how they are attempting to keep their culture alive. A great gift shop and limited cafe complete the offerings. Plenty of parking and handicap accessible. $10 fee
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