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Fort Chipewyan Bicentennial Museum

Bicentennial Museum

The Bicentennial Museum is a replica of the Hudson's Bay Store. Opened by the Fort Chipewyan Historical Society in 1990, it was built to commemorate Fort Chipewyan's 200th birthday in 1988. The museum's displays and exhibits depict Fort Chipewyan's past. Along with a growing collection of artifacts, the museum houses an archive for papers, photos and slides and a small reference library. The museum operates cultural classes and participates in community events. Fort Chipewyan is the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in the Province of Alberta.

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