The Six Nation Indian Museum

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The Six Nation Indian Museum

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The Six Nation Indian Museum was created in 1954 in order to educate the general public on Haudenosaunee culture. Ray, Christine, and John Fadden achieve this goal by providing information through the museum on Native American history and by offering summer programs to educate kids. The Fadden’s do this in order to create a better understanding of past, present, and future Haudenosaunee life as well as Haudenosaunee Land Ethic and environmental sensitivities. This museum works to combat the erasure of Native American culture and history in the Adirondacks by providing a space and the tools to facilitate learning.

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