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Iroquois Indian Museum [NY]

From the museum website: "The Iroquois Indian Museum is an anthropological museum that uses art to educate and inspire." The museum is located in upstate New York, and explores the history of the Iroquois Indians from pre-history to the present day.

The museum offers exhibits and collections pertaining to Iroquois history, educational programs which conform to NYS learning standards, Iroquois Indian Museum Education Kits that are available for rental or purchase, a children's museum, guided tours, and special events that focus on one particular aspect of Iroquois history. The website offers visitor information, a calendar of events, and information regarding special programs.