Shawnee Indian Mission State Historic Site
In the 19th century, Americans wanted more land and settlement moved west. For countless Indians, the American thrust for land meant the end of their traditional way of life. The Shawnee Mission was one of many missions established as a manual training school attended by boys and girls from Shawnee, Delaware, and other Indian nations from 1839 to 1862. Visitor to this 12-acre National Historic Landmark can learn the stories of those who lived there.
The site offers exhibits, a short film, and occasional educational and recreational programs.