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Displays

The Kinosayo Museum carries a collection of over 3,000 artifacts that focus on the natural history of the area as well as the social. Usually about 75 percent of the collection is on display in the museum at any one time.

Taxidermy Display:Taxidermy Display in the Kinosayo Museum

One of the most popular areas of the museum is a taxidermy display of the various wildlife species that can be found in the area. A variety of fish, birds, and wild animals are represented in the collection. A Great Plains Grizzly diorama is one of the big draws in the display.

Local Commerce Collection:

Other pieces in the museum collection focus more upon the history of Kinusayo and its people. Fur trade artifacts, as well as displays representing the history of various local businesses in the region, can be experienced by the visitor.

Archival Collections:Picture of the Kinuso Townsite

Visitors seeking a more personal glimpse of the past can find archival material on site. Oral histories and diaries are some of the objects that comprise this part of the museum's collection.

 

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