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Sponsor An Artefact Print


Unite yourself in the rich history of the Peskotomuhkati by having your name or a loved one engraved on an elegant plate, featured on a cultural artefact canvas print of your choosing displayed within the Lodge.

Restoration of the Lodge
We’re getting the Lodge in tip-top shape to exhibit artefacts and hi-resolution prints of historical items now being curated, restored, and exhibited in the Museum of History in Ottawa. The Lodge will be a centre of learning, wellness, community engagement, and tourism. Our video-based learning series will become live events and residencies in the Lodge. Buildings must be restored with climate control and winterization to protect the artefacts and welcome guests.
We Need Your Support

By supporting us, you are not just funding a restoration project; you are investing in the preservation of a heritage that holds immeasurable value for the Peskotomuhkati First Nation. Your generosity will echo through generations, leaving an enduring legacy for all to cherish. Your support can make a tangible difference, and to express our deepest gratitude.

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Discover the Timeless Beauty of Peskotomuhkati Artefacts

Journey into the rich cultural heritage of the Peskotomuhkati First Nation with our exclusive collection of canvas photo prints. Each print is a testament to the enduring legacy of people who have inhabited the St. Croix River watershed for over 13,000 years.

History in Every Detail

The historical artefacts have been captured in high-resolution, showcasing each photograph in detail to preserve of its exquisite craftsmanship and significant story. From hand-carved birchbark baskets used as practical tools for survival, to ceremonial objects that help stamp a time in history, they have transcended their original purposes, evolving into beautiful works of art. They serve as tangible historical records of an intimate understanding of the natural environment and the mastery of survival craftsmanship.

These artefacts are now being restored and are showcased in Canada’s National Museum of History in Ottawa, Ontario.

You’re not only honouring the Peskotomuhkati Nation’s history but also supporting the preservation of their cultural heritage. A portion of your purchase goes towards initiatives that benefit the community and their traditions.

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Artefact Options

Seal Hide, Birchbark Storage Baskets, Silver Medals, Root Club, Ash Flowers, Silver Medal Coins, Birchbark Waste Baskets, Sweetgrass Top Hats, Silver Crown, Medals