Native American Room
The Native American exhibit focuses on the history and heritage of the Native Americans that resided in the county in the 1700s and earlier.
Many of the items depicting Native American life and culture in the exhibit were either collected from past and current collectors or were hand-made to represent items used by the Lenni-Lenape or Delaware tribe that lived in the county during the 1700s. Several prints of a local artist’s paintings hang on the exhibit walls.
Included in the exhibit are images on the upper part of the walls in the room. These images depict actual petroglyphs (rock carvings) discovered north of Kittanning near Parker, Armstrong County.
The exhibit houses an extensive collection of Native American artifacts. This large collection of arrowheads and other items were found throughout Armstrong County.