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Woodruff Museum of Indian Artifacts

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Located in the City Library, the museum includes 20,000 American Indian relics collected within a 30-mile radius of Bridgeton. Many of the stone and organic implements, though found locally, were brought to the area during tribal meetings, migrations or warfare. Arrowheads, gravers and knives date from 10,000 to 8000 BC; more recent artifacts, such as the Lenni Lenape Indians' ceramic pipes, date from AD 700 to 1800.

Location: 150 E Commerce St, Bridgeton New Jersey 08302 Telephone 856-451-2620 Fax 856-455-1049

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