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How to fix Ontario Archaeology – Jamie Hunter
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November 24, 2013
William J. Gibson
museum's history, staff
career beginnings, Jamie Hunter, video
Two video clips interviewing Jamie Hunter on his early interest in history and his first day at the Huronia Museum:
Videographer Bill Gibson, Huronia Museum volunteer
William J. Gibson
Nov 24, 2013 @ 16:23:30
Reblogged this on Tay Township Heritage and commented:
Retiring Huronia Museum Director Jamie Hunter talks about early interest interest in local history, Ste. Marie Among the Hurons beginnings, and his “first day” at the Huronia Museum
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Huronia Museum is located in Midland, Ontario, Canada. It features a replica of a “pre-contact” Huron/Ouendat village, including a lookout tower, wigwam and a full-size longhouse.
The museum also features an exhibit gallery featuring tens of thousands of historic artifacts ranging from photographs, native archaeology and art by members of the Group of Seven, and others.
May 17, 2014 – Oct. 13, 2014
Monday through Sunday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m
October 14, 2013 – May 16, 2014
Monday through Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
last admission 45 minutes before closing
Adults (18-64) $10.00 + HST
Seniors (+65) $7.oo +HST
Children (5-17) $5.oo + HST
549 Little Lake Park
P.O. box 638
Midland, Ontario, Canada
Phone: (705) 526-2844
Fax: (705) 527-6622
Funding provided by the Government of Ontario
Your Ontario Family Travel Connection
Travel Information North of Toronto
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