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New museum display showcases first peoples – Alaska Highway News

by ahnationtalk on February 8, 202360 Views

Feb 08, 2023

If you’ve ever wondered how the first peoples of the Fort St. John area lived, a new display at the local museum gives you an idea.

The museum recently became the new home for a display about the ancient cave at Charlie Lake, now a national historic site known as Tse’K’wa.

Sculpted with wax by artist Rudiger Schmidt, it features two people as they might have been seen thousands of years ago camped out by the cave and lake, then a part of a larger, ice-dammed lake called Lake Peace.

The museum inherited the display by donation from the Heritage Discovery Centre in Grande Prairie, which closed for good last year.

Read More: https://www.alaskahighwaynews.ca/fort-st-john/new-museum-display-showcases-first-peoples-6509029

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