August 17, 2011
The Rim Country Museum’s Apache Exhibit Pre-Reservation display reflects the lifestyle of the Apaches in this area before the white settlers arrived. It features a gowah (shelter) in a camp setting with various types of baskets, a cradleboard, drum, mano and metates, and arrow shaft straighteners.
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A renovation of the Apache Exhibit at the Rim Country Museum was completed in mid-June. New information and items were added to the exhibit, with emphasis upon the history of the Tonto Apaches of Payson.