Hall of Eastern Woodlands Indians
This hall portrays the material culture of the many groups of Native Americans who lived in the Woodlands of eastern North America from the 17th century into the early 20th century. Each section of the hall is organized around a theme. Although the objects within each section were used for similar purposes, they were collected from different cultural groups and represent various time periods. Each object has a label that identifies the group it came from.
Use the educator's guide and related activities (coming in November) to explore major themes in the hall.