PRESQUE ISLE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM    

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The Native American Room

 

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The Native American Room was a maidís bedroom, occupied by Elna Heward during much of the time that she worked for the Clymerís.  While the room is quite small by todayís standards, it was private, and Mrs. Heward felt it was quite adequate.

            Most of the Indian artifacts on display were collected by August Sellke of Hawks during the 1930s.  A surveyor, he traveled extensively throughout the U.S.  The arrowheads, stone tools, bow, quiver, moccasins, and baskets decorated with porcupine quills are particularly fine examples of Indian artifacts from the 1850-1930 period.  The room also includes many fine examples of Indian baskets.

            Just inside the doorway of the Indian Room is the small portable Post Office that was once used in Hawks.  It was donated to the museum by Mrs. Ed (Martha) Prell. 

 

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