Tomaquag Museum Virtual Exhibit

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Learn to make this Dream Catcher with the tutorials in the Virtual Exhibit.

If you want to learn more about the history of Rhode Island’s indigenous peoples, visit the Tomaquag Museum in Exeter. And now, there is a second option – you can also visit the museum wherever you are via the Tomaquag Museum’s Virtual Exhibit.

I created this virtual museum exhibit with Tomaquag Museum Executive Director Lorén Spears. There are five rooms: Wampum, Dream Catchers, Toys & Games, Baskets, and Food. Each room has a photo gallery, How To instructions, and educational resources. Stop by and visit!

A special “thank you” to Lorén who is such a pleasure to work with!

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