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Biddle House Native American Museum, Mackinac Island

  • Step into the home of Agatha and Edward Biddle, merchants who moved in around 1830
  • As an Anishnaabek woman, Agatha saw how the 1830s were a critical time as she and other indigenous people witnessed their culture subjected to immense changes
  • Created in conjunction with tribal partners
  • An interpretive trail focusing on Anishnaabek culture sits just outside the main house
  • Costumed interpreters show was the 1830s house of Agatha and Edward Biddle looked like, including cooking demonstrations and interpretation of the gallery

7406 Market Street, Mackinac Island, MI 49757