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The Drummond Island Historical Museum features Indian artifacts from to 200 B.C. The Museum also showcases miniature recreations of the British fort dating back from the 1800?s. The Museum emphasizes on these together with artifacts related to Finnish farmers and Yankee settlers from the early historical period of the island. It shows the history of the area being the last British holding in the country.

The Museum?s collection includes writings and photos from the early 1900 that depict Maggie Walz and establishes a Finnish colony of at least 50 settlers on Homestead Grants in the area; hand-tools, handicraft, and hands-on items that are featured throughout the Museum?s building. There are also pictures and memorabilia showing the late 1800?s as well as the logging industry during the 1900?s.

The Museum occupies an area of the ground which was the site where the home of the oldest family on Drummond Island stood. It is a beautiful log structure featuring the historical collection that consists of objects donated by generous local families and visiting families from all over the country.
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