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To provide a cultural Learning center for Native Americans in Vermont as well as anyone who wants to learn about the heritage and culture of the Vermont Abenaki and other Indigenous tribes residing in Vermont is the Abenaki Indian Museum primary mission. The Museum was created in 2007 to make sure that the museum will continue to preserve its history for the future generations to recognize.

The Abenaki Indian Museum offers different services and opportunities for cultural enhancements such as their Cultural Learning Center, where visitors will get to learn about the culture through their classes which teaches making traditional crafts such as basket making, Abenaki wigwam building, native American drumming, Abenaki language classes and workshops on herbs and traditional healing.
Another fine attraction of the Abenaki Indian Museum is their Craft Shop, the craft shop is where Abenaki Heritage is shared to others in order to make it more available and known to others. The Craft Shop holds a vast selection of Northern Woodland Indian products as well as mixtures of different Native American Cultures form all around the country.
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