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ABBE Museum (ME):     A permanent collection of more than 50,000 objects representing 10,000 years of Maine's Native American cultures. A lot of activities for visitors.

Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site:     Where indian and white man alike could count on a fair deal. Was significant as a stop-over point westward.

Bowers Museum of Cultural Art (CA):     Orange Country, CA's largest museum, the Bowers Museum is one of the only museums in the United States devoted to promoting human understanding through cultural art. Collections are particularly strong in the areas of Native American, pre-Columbian, California Plein Air paintings, African, and Oceanic.

Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine (FL):     From 1672 to 1695 the Castillo de San Marcos served primarily as an outpost of the Spanish Empire, guarding St. Augustine, the first permanent european settlement in the continental United States.  It also protected the sea route for treasure ships returning to Spain with American "booty".

Eiteljorg Museum (IN):     The Eiteljorg in Indianapolis is one of only two museums east of the Mississippi River with both Native American and Western Art (Russell, Remington, and others).

Fort Frederick State Park (MD):     The site of Maryland's frontier defense during the French and Indian War (1754-1763), the Fort's stone walls and two barracks have been restored to their 1758 appearance. Activities are held throughout the year for reenactors and re-creators.

Fort Ligonier (PA):     A full-scale, on-site reconstruction of the 1758-1766 original, situated on a commanding hilltop in the beautiful Laurel Highlands of western Pennsylvania. Enriching living history activities and pageantry such as reenactments, battles, encampments, folk crafts, and archeological digs enhance your educational experience with a vividness no textbook can match.

Fort Loudoun (TN):     This British fort was built during the winter of 1756-57 to protect the trans-Appalachian region during the French and Indian War (the 7 year war). Home for the last few years of the Great North American Rendezvous (GNAR), an autumn fur trade encampment re-creation. The site is currently being restored by " all volunteer" involvement. They could use your help, and any contributions, if you can spare a few bucks to keep an important part of our history alive.

Fort Necessity National Battlefield (PA):     Reconstructed Fort Necessity, the historic Mount Washington Tavern, a picnic area, and over 3 miles of hiking trails through beautiful Pennsylvania countryside.

Fort Niagara, Old (NY):     300 years of history .... just minutes from the famous waterfalls. The site of historic battles and sieges, trading and conquest, Old Fort Niagara is an exciting place where the past lives on! Preserved as they stood in the 1700's when France and Britain controlled Niagara, the Fort's structures include the oldest building in the Great Lakes.

Fort Pitt Museum (PA):     Located in a re-created 18th century bastion of the famous British fort on the forks of the Ohio River at Point State Partk in downtown Pittsburgh. Fort Pitt was a critical stronghold in the struggle for empire between France and Britain in Western Pennsylvania and the old Northwest Territory.

Fort Stanwix (NY):     Built in 1758 to guard a strategic portage along a major transportation route, Fort Stanwix stands as an inspiration to the people of the world. Fort Stanwix, where various Native American nations were cajoled into accepting soon-to-be-broken peace treaties, guarded the centuries old Oneida Carrying Place. This strategic Iroquois portage bridged the waterways between the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes.

Fort Ticonderoga (NY):     Originally named Fort Carillon by its French builders. Enter the garrison grounds through iron gates, and drive through the Carillon Battlefield, the site of the greatest French victory of the Seven Years War (French & Indian War), as well as the subsequent battles during that war and the American Revolutionary War.

Fort William, Old (Ontario):     Old Fort William, in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, is a provincially-funded historic site that depicts the fur trade activities of the North West Company at Old Fort William. It was the inland headquarters and site of the Company's annual Rendezvous from 1803-1821. Great family vacation site.

Fort William Henry (NY):     Wander around the bastions and display areas. View French and Indian artifacts and other displays. Watch the classic "Last of the Mohicans" and other interesting videos. Or take a guided tour presented by knowledgeable period attired guides.

Grace Hudson Museum (CA):     An art, history, and anthropology museum with changing exhibits featuring Western American art, California Indian cultures, and California history.

Heard Museum (AZ):     In Phoenix, AZ. Emphasis is on traditional cultures of the Greater Southwest.

High Desert Museum:     A private, non-profit educational institution.  Well worth it for both kids and adults. Their mission: "To broaden the knowledge and understanding of the natural and cultural history and resources of the High Desert for the purposes of promoting thoughtful decision-making that will sustain the region's natural and cultural history."

Indian Museum & Cultural Center (CA):     Established at the newly created park at the Presidio of San Francisco. California Indian history and culture from their own perspective.

Mackinac State Historic Parks (Mich):     History comes to life with fun for people of all ages when you enter the gates of a colonial village or tour a water-powered sawmill and nature part in Mackinaw City. Leave cars behind for the magnificence of the Victorian era on Mackinac Island, or for an educational jaunt to Fort Mackinac.

Museum of the Cherokee Indian:     Authorized in 1987 by Congress, this is the "official" interpretive site for the National Park Service's "Trail of Tears National Historic Trail". Very nice site with a lot of good historical and educational information.

Sequoya Birthplace Museum:     Very informative and educational site. Worth the visit.

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