#0991 State Indian Museum

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#0991 State Indian Museum

Site information:

2618 K St, Sacramento

38.573084,-121.471676

Plaque information:

Private plaque, though it's rather vague about what is being commemorated.

Plaque text:

This museum dedicated to loyalty cooperation progress and to the ideals of American Democracy by the Sacramento County Parlors of Native Daughters of the Golden West.  Dec 15 1940

OHP description:

The State Indian Museum was built fifty years ago as California's first state-run museum devoted to Indian cultures. It continues to serve the same purpose today, displaying an updated (1984) major exhibit on California's Indian peoples.

Registered 8/17/1990

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