Our online tour currently features four distinct exhibit areas showcasing an area of Haskell's history as well as areas depicting outstanding alumni accomplishments, the Frank A. Rinehart Collection, Native American veterans, student artwork and our featured exhibit commemorating the end of World War I in 1918 and the dedication of Haskell Stadium and the World War I Memorial Archway in 1926.
About Our Collections
The collections housed at the Haskell Cultural Center and Museum consist of a variety of art, documents, photographs, and artifacts relating to the history of Haskell Indian Nations University spanning from its establishment in 1884 as the United States Indian Industrial Training School to its current incarnation as a fully accredited four-year institute of higher learning.
In addition to those artifacts relating directly to the school's history, the remainder of this collection is divided into three distinct categories, the Fine Art Collection, the Frank A. Rinehart Collection, and the Archival Collection. Select any of the three categories below to visit its page and learn more about our unique collections.
The Haskell Cultural Center and Museum is a partner in the Freedom’s Frontier National Heritage Area.
Haskell Cultural Center and Museum
2411 Barker Avenue
Lawrence, Kansas 66046
Phone (785) 832-6686
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