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Unpublished Exhibits

Pictographs in the BWCA

The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness is a protected area of over 800,000 acres in Northern Minnesota. Prior to a...

Wolves and Anishinaabeg in Minnesota

This exhibit explores the convergence of different opinions regarding how best to "manage" wolves as a natural resource, particularly emphasizing...

Eagle Feather Protection

Lake Superior as a Cultural Resource

An overview of the cultural significance of Lake Superior and the importance of sites on its shores to the Ojibwe...

Ojibwe Language Revitalization

An overview and history of the Ojibwe people's struggle to maintain cultural identity and their current push towards revitalization of...

NAGPRA in Minnesota

This exhibit attempts to shed some light on why The Native American Graves and Repatriation Act is still needed today...

Eagle Rock Mining Controversy

The controversy over Eagle Mine, a nickle and copper sulfide mine located in Michigan's upper peninsula, and Eagle rock, an...