Places to visit native american culture exhibits in New Brunswick, Canada


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Here is a list of places to visit in New Brunswick, Canada to learn about native american culture.

New Brunswick Museum

Wolastoqiyik, Mi’kmaq and Passamaquoddy: First Nations Cultures in Atlantic Canada.

The geographic area that is present day New Brunswick encompasses parts of the traditional homelands of the Mi’kmaq, Passamaquoddy and Wolastoqiyik. For more than a century and a half, the New Brunswick Museum has collected examples of fine and decorative art as well as written documentation relating to the presence of these three aboriginal groups.

In addition, the New Brunswick Museum is fortunate to house approximately 175 images dating between 1860 and about 1950 that provide a visual point of access into many aspects of the daily life and history of the province’s First Nations citizens.

New Brunswick Museum

 277 Douglas Avenue
Saint John, NB
E2K 1E5

Location: Market Square Saint John, NB

Main Phone: 643-2300
Main Fax: 643-6081

Business Hours Open: 9am to 5pm
Program Hours Open: 9am to 5pm Mon-Fri 10am-6pm Saturday12pm-5pm Sunday
Contact Person: Dr. Frank Milligan, Director


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