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Iroquois Indian Museum, Howes Cave

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  • This was a rather small museum which was somewhat boring, but for the low price of $8.00 per adult I really couldn't complain. It did have some interesting findings, but I don't think I'd visit it aga...  read more »
  • We stopped here after going to Howe Caverns. It a very informational museum. The ground floor is great for kids, there are some wonderful crafts and exhibits geared especially for kids. The main floor...  read more »
  • Discovered this gem while on my way to a different attraction. It was very informative and had a lot of artwork - arts and crafts style. It is 8 dollars to get in, but worth it. The entire downstairs ...  read more »
  • Nice Museum. Everything is well-displayed. Collette the lady who works there was v nice. Just visited last Tuesday and liked it.
  • Love this place sooo much...Just a heads up though it is closed all winter long. Google is saying it is open today, January, but the Museum is only open from April-November. Hope everyone checks it out!!!
  • Very interesting museum shows a very important period of the American history. I would recommend anyone in the area to go and see it
  • The new exhibit is daring and well done.
  • Iroquois Federal means the tribal nation group consisting of six Indian tribes, occupying the area across the southern coast of Ontario lakes in upstate New York and Canada. 5 tribal Federation Federal State was approved in the 17 century. Farmers living with 6 tribal Union became the Tuscarora joined the first half of the 18 century longhouse, number of family dwellings and traditional housing, cultivating corn, squash and beans. Worship, called three sisters crops of this tribe of the Iroquois Confederation. That covers the base pumpkin, sprinkling in the same place these species is their traditional plantings took beans corn in. Federal Act of 1946, Iroquois became the indigenous peoples in most Northeastern States. In 1609, Iroquois Federal is started the war in the Indians of Canada in France and their allied tribes. This was a dispute over the primary and the fur trading rights Beaver. Beaver skins need to make hats in the beginning of the 17 century Europe had been. In because Beavers living in Europe has become endangered by overfishing, Europe merchants turned eyes and abroad still have many Beaver. Know the Europeans to change the iron or gun and plenty of rodents that charm was rodents of the American indigenous people launched fierce competition. 1610, Iroquois meet Netherlands merchants and Fort Orange in New Netherlands (the current New York State Alberni), replacing large quantities of firearms and fur. Iroquois by this increased attack power and fight off France and its allies, West put under their rule until the Tennessee River South of Lake Michigan. Guns became available the decrease in Iroquois territory Beaver took Spurs. In the Iroquois who seeks a beaver still inhabit many areas, had invaded the North. Intense war continued for decades. Until the mid-1600s Huron tribe the Erie tribe, ruled the tribe defeat the neutral tribe, hath Cahan knock tribe, while absorbing thousands of people remained in the northern territory.
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