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    Native American Heritage Museum
      US - Central
    At the Native American Heritage Museum in Highland, Kansas, is an award winning site! Honored with the American Association for State and Local History Certificate of Commendation in 1997, the museum offers an exciting experience. You'll discover stories about the people who were native to northeast Kansas, and learn more about those who lived in the area for a time.
    Pawnee Indian Village State Historic Site
    Pawnee America - Central
    This is an archeological site dedicated to educating the public about the Pawnee Nation's past, present, and future. The site is located on the grounds of an 1820s circa Kitkehahki Pawnee village. Evidence of this important village consists of earth lodge depressions, cache pit depressions, and remains of a fortification wall. A modern museum encloses the excavated floor of a 2000 sq. foot lodge. All items that were discovered have been left on the floor as they were found. Exhibits, artwork, and audio and video presentations help to tell the story of this great people. It is the only museum specifically for the Pawnee Nation.




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