Many direct descendants of the original Ottawa, Potawatomi and Chippewa people of West Michigan still live in the region today. Here is the story of the Anishinabek – "the people" – in their own voices, with rare and fascinating objects, photographs and documents handed down through their families.
On display are hundreds of artifacts representing Native American decorative arts, clothing, weapons and tools. Throughout the exhibit are video interviews with Anishinabe elders, parents, artists and professionals.
Anishinabek is a 5,000 square foot exhibition located on the third floor of the Public Museum.