• Arrowheads and bone in museum

The Native American Museum was established with the goal of expressing the history, language, arts, and culture of the Ojibwe people for the educational benefit of community members and visitors to the Chequamegon Bay area,

The museum showcases an exhibit entitled Seasons of the Anishinaabe with items donated by the Mary (Dollie) Rose family from the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Tribe of Chippewa Indians Reservation in northern Wisconsin. This main exhibit features items representing the primary traditional cultural activities Ojibwe people engage in during the four seasons. Other exhibits include traditional Ojibwe clothing, sacred plants, tools and implements, stone artifacts, drums and pipes, and local Ojibwe artwork.

Located on the first floor of Mead Hall, the museum is currently closed and under renovation until further notice. For more information, contact Katrina Werchouski, director of the Indigenous Cultures Center.