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Paleo Period 12000B.C - 8500B.C.
Archaic Period 8500B.C. - 1000B.C.
Woodland Period 1000B.C. - 900A.D.
Mississippian Period 900A.D. - 1650A.D.
Historic Period 1650A.D. - 1900A.D.
Pre-Columbian Period
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Museum of Native American History

202 SW 'O' Street  Bentonville, AR 72712  (479) 273-2456

THE GALLERY

Various Native American items.

Bows and war clubs .

Visitors viewing a

Historic Items

Alaska and Pacific Northwest

Visitors use our "audio wands" to learn more about Native American agriculture tools and practices.

Meso-American Ceramics .

Hopewell artifacts from the Middle Woodland time period.

 

An Archaic hunter shows the various parts of the atlatl and how it is thrown.

An incredible cache of Sloan Daltons points that were found in Illinois.

Extremely rare "birdstones", carved from solid stone.

 

Colorful "Gunther" points. These were found coastally in northern California and Southern Oregon.

Mississippian "Head Pots" are some of the rarest of all Native American vessels.

Mimbres pottery vessels.

The Museum of Native American History displays some of the finest Quapaw and Mississippian vessels

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Learning the Facts
Whether the first Americans originally entered the continent by land or by sea, evidence of their existence on the continent is found in the tools, weapons, and ornaments they left behind. Learn More

Your Personal Tour
Your personal tour starts with individual Audio Wands provided at the front door!
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  • Free Admission
  • Handicap Accessible
 

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