While this is not a place we would return to, we are glad we spent time in both the museum as well as a walk around the grounds. The small museum has some interesting items to view. The log cabin was open, (the only other site open to the public). While we bought a walking tour map for $2.50, there was really no reason to spend the money. There is a plaque in front of each building describing exactly what is in the tour map guide. We were able to talk with our daughter about the history of Reservations, and the effect this has had on Native Indians up to now.
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