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We acknowledge the land and labor of all Indigenous people who have a connection to the land that Elaine now sits on, whose connection to this land we honor. As an organization committed to truth telling and the preservation of the history of the land, we acknowledge that the land the Elaine Museum sits on is the ancestral land of many groups. We honor the Indigenous elders and all caretakers of these lands and waters before us, the Indigenous peoples today and generations to come. To learn more, click here.
Want to learn more about the Indigenous history of the land where you reside? Check Native Land Digital.
Map Credit: Native Land Digital
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