Antelope Valley Indian Museum Historical Park - come visit!
Hiking trails at Antelope Valley Indian Museum Historical Park in Lancaster California. H Arden Edwards. April 22, 2017
Exploring the Antelope Valley | Visited the Antelope Valley Indian Museum - An interesting find
We went exploring in the Antelope Valley and came across the Antelope Valley Indian Museum. It is crazy how things like this are out in the middle of nowhere.
Antelope Valley Indian Museum State Historic Park is California's State Regional Indian Museum representing Great Basin Indian Cultures. The exhibits and interpretive emphasis are on American Indian groups (both aboriginal and contemporary) of the Southwest, Great Basin, and California culture regions, since Antelope Valley was a major prehistoric trade corridor linking all three of these culture regions. The museum contains the combined collections of founder Howard Arden Edwards and subsequent owner Grace Oliver. A number of the cultural materials on display are rare or one-of-a-kind objects.
You should check it out for more interesting facts and history.
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Antelope Valley Indian Museum Quick Tour
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Antelope Valley Indian Museum Historic State Park
The Antelope Valley Indian Museum State Historic Park is a state historic park of California, USA, interpreting Native American cultures of the Great Basin and surrounding regions. The park and its grounds are situated on the Antelope Valley's rural east side in northern Los Angeles County, California.
The museum contains the combined collections of H. Arden Edwards and subsequent owner and anthropology student Grace Oliver. The exhibits represent and interpret Native Americans groups, both aboriginal and contemporary, of the Southwest, Great Basin, and Californian cultural regions. A number of the artifacts on display are rare or one-of-a-kind items.
The museum was originally constructed by homesteader/artist H. Arden Edwards in 1928. The chalet-style structure was built over the rock formation of Piute Butte in the Mojave Desert. The unusual folk art structure, originally used as a home, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Antelope Valley Room, Antelope Valley Indian Museum
Silent tour of installation of Antelope Valley artifacts prior to de-installation of collections of Antelope Valley Indian Museum, Lancaster, CA.
California Hall, Antelope Valley Indian Museum
Silent tour of California Hall in the Antelope Valley Indian Museum, Lancaster, CA. Video taken prior to object removal for building stabilization.
Kachina Hall, Antelope Valley Indian Museum
Silent tour of the central hall of the Antelope Valley Indian museum. After this video was shot in 2007, the exhibits and objects were removed for building stabilization.
Visiting the Antelope Valley Indian Museum
California State Parks: Russ Christoff visits the Antelope Valley Indian Museum
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Edwards's Loft Studio, Antelope Valley Indian Museum
Silent tour of the loft studio of H. Arden Edwards, builder of what is now the Antelope Valley Indian Museum, Lancaster, CA.
Tower Bedroom, Antelope Valley Indian Museum
Silent tour of the Tower Bedroom, Antelope Valley Indian Museum, 2007, Lancaster, CA.
#Touristing: Antelope Valley
In this vlog we take you to hidden treasures in the county of Los Angeles.
In this particular one, we explored Antelope Valley, just an hour north of LA.
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Antelope Valley Indian Museum
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Top 15 Things To Do In Lancaster, California
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Here are top 15 things to do in Lancaster, California
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1. The Boeing Plaza – Aerospace Walk Of Honor -
2. The Castle Roller Skating -
3. Lancaster Performing Arts Center -
4. Civic Musical Road -
5. Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve -
6. Watch The Lancaster Jethawks In Action -
7. BLVD Farmers’ Market -
8. Bex Bar & Grill -
9. Kinetic Brewing -
10. Visit famous filming locations -
11. The Antelope Valley Indian Museum -
12. Lancaster Museum of Art and History -
13. American Heroes Park -
14. Treat Yourself At Pour d’Vino -
15. The Bandstand Coffee & Tea -
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Sun Room, Antelope Valley Indian Museum
Silent tour of the Sun Room, Antelope Valley Indian Museum, 2007, Lancaster, CA.
MY HOMETOWN: Antelope Valley
“My Hometown” Two words that conjure different images for each of us and yet convey the same feelings; a time of innocence and simplicity in a place where neighbors shopped on The Blvd and gathered together at The Fair, when community was strong and life seemed less complicated.
Antelope Valley, my Hometown, is a place of sharp contrasts; agriculture and aerospace; arid desert and cool canyons; dry sand and sparkling streams; jagged red rocks and soft green grasses.
No matter where I go in this world Antelope Valley will always be MY Hometown.
Places LA: Antelope Valley Indian Museum
A short montage of scenes from the Antelope Valley Indian Museum ( a California State Park near Palmdale, California.
AV Indian Museum
We visited the Antelope Valley Indian Museum and got a few video clips of the outside and inside. We shot just enough to show you that there is a lot to look at and learn about and its worth going out there to visit. It was only $3 per person to go inside. There are usually people there to answer questions and give tours. A great family event.
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15701 East Avenue M (between 150th & 170th Streets), Lancaster, CA (661) 946-3051
Antelope Valley Rural Museum, AVFair, Lancaster, CA
Bill Rawlings and his crew of volunteers, help to tell the story of the pioneers, and founders of our Valley. Check them out online, the Rural Museum needs donations, help and interest. #avruralmuseum