AMERICAN INDIAN MUSEUM
On the second floor in adjacent east and west rooms are diverse collections of Native American Indian artifacts. The lives of American Indian men, women, and children are represented. These displays focus on the Plains Tribes of North America, but also include a unique collection of Southwest and Northwest Coastal Tribes as well as a broad photo collection. There are over 1,200 artifacts in the collection; seventy percent of them are on display, representing over 40 different tribal affiliations. American Indian exhibits are included at Marland Grand Home because E.W. Marland drilled on their lands and had friendly relationships with the tribes.