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Shown are three slides shot in 1967 during the building of the Pawnee Indian Museum. The first slide shows the construction of the footings for the museum building. The second slide shows the trusses being set at the museum building. The final slide is a view to the east in the Museum interior showing the excavated house floor. The large Pawnee earthlodge floor was left intact after the archeological excavation. The Pawnee Indian Museum is located at a large fortified Pawnee village site that was occupied from approximately 1770 to 1802.

Date: 1967

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Building the Pawnee Indian Museum - 1

Item Number: 448151
Call Number: 14RP1-311, -350, -442
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 448151

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