I came in the off season, they were preparing for the tourism. I was lucky enough to do my pre-readings which I normally do for museums. There are informative signs, but they are obstructed or otherwise obscured.
I recommend that you do this and Fort Mackinac in Michigan together as they are connected in their histories.
I would wish that there is more of a tactile history. I was asking difficult questions about the site and they seem to have answers for even the most obscure questions. But then again this is the year-round staff and not summer students. I lament the fact that they added an extension between the house and kitchen, yet that addition will too become apart of the history of the site.
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