Degëöda:dö [day-gehn-onh-daw-donh!] (Log Cabin)

  • Degëöda:dö [day-gehn-onh-daw-donh!] (Log Cabin)

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  • By the mid-1700s, many Hodinöhsö:ni’ were no longer living in ganöhse:s, but in log cabins (degëöda:dö) that were similar to the ones the British military or American settlers in New York and Pennsylvania colonies used. Here you will see how the Onöndowa’ga:’ adapted this type of living without losing their traditional values. How did life change? How did it stay the same? Visitors will also see the first car seat, Hodinöhsö:ni’-style.

    This is a permanent exhibit.


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