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The Antelope Valley Indian Museum features an exhibit on Great Basin Indians. The museum was originally constructed by homesteader/artist H. Arden Edwards in 1928. The chalet-style structure was built into the bedrock of Piute Butte. The museum contains Edward's collection of artifacts from aboriginal and contemporary California and southwestern cultures. The museum also contains the collection of anthropologist Grace Oliver.

The museum is located 15 miles east of Lancaster on Avenue M, between 150th and 170th St.

Location: Avenue M 15 miles east, Lancaster California Telephone 805-946-3055

Other History nearby:
(Lancaster) Antelope Valley Indian Museum
(Barstow) Calico Early Man Archaeological Site
(Simi Valley) Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
(Simi Valley) Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
(Boron) Twenty Mule Team Museum
(Apple Valley) Victor Valley Museum and Art Gallery


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