The recorded audio guide was very helpful in learning of the history of the various tribes in the area. The lighting is very dim in several places and we could not read the captions, so were glad for the audio guide. Apparently, the first Nation people were there for many thousands of years and were wiped out by the white man in 100 years--very sad and tragic. The last full blooded Delaware (a woman) died recently. The people who put together the exhibits made good use of the spaces available.
Enjoyed looking through the gift shop, too. Purchased for my daughter an articulated, wooden horse that sits on a shelf.
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