The local chapter of the Improved Order of Red Men, a nineteenth-century fraternal organization founded in Baltimore in 1833 to preserve the culture of the American Indian, built this two-story, clapboard, balloon-frame hall. Now restored, it has an enclosed exterior staircase that leads to the upstairs museum containing dioramas, kachinas, artwork, and historical exhibits.
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Red Men Hall
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