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Turtle Mountain Chippewa Indian Historical Society

The Society operates a museum filled with items reflecting Chippewa traditions. These include sculptures created by talented local stone carvers and paintings by both young and old artists. The traditional history collection includes many objects that show the unique culture of the Chippewa, as well as three dioramas, showing the Chippewa transition from the woodlands to the plains, and a recreated Red River ox cart represents the Metis culture also found among the Native regional cultures.

The museums offers exhibits and research library access.