By Karen Coody Cooper, Nicolasa I. Sandoval
Residing houses for Cultural Expression: North American local views on growing group Museums good points essays by way of 11 famous local museum execs, whose diversified reports in growing tribal museums come jointly during this compact and instructive assortment. those intimate photographs, which discover the speculation and perform of museum making plans for indigenous groups, are paired with a accomplished listing of greater than 2 hundred tribal museums and cultural facilities within the usa, Canada, and Mexico.
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Located in the community’s old residential school, the museum operates out of three rooms—storage, exhibit area, and office. The 1926 building, which stands as a solemn reminder of the residential school period, houses the Old Sun Community College and the education library, as well as the Siksika Museum. The material from the collection was acquired from the Siksika community between the late 1950s and the early 1970s.
Photograph courtesy of mcrc. M A K A H C U LT U R A L A N D R E S E A RC H C E N T E R 61 Personal Property Because of the way the buried houses and their contents were preserved, the property of specific individuals could be recognized in the Ozette collection through their association in containers such as boxes and baskets; often these were functionally related artifacts such as a fishing pouch that contained finished hooks, bone splinters for fashioning barbs, a whetstone for sharpening barbs, and leader material (raw materials for making the fishing line).
Living Homes for Cultural Expression: North American Native Perspectives on Creating Community Museums by Karen Coody Cooper, Nicolasa I. Sandoval