Madeline Island, Historically The Spiritual Home Of The Ojibwe People, Became An Important Fur-trading Center For The French In The 17th Century. Over The Next 300 Years The Island Saw The Arrival Of Missionaries, Loggers, Fishermen, Boat Builders, Miners And -- By The Early 20th Century -- Summer Tourists. The Log Museum Building And New Capser Center Exhibit Hall Capture The Island's Long And Colorful History. Musical Orientation Slide Show; Museum Store.
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