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Discover Native American history in Ashburton.

nativeamericanheaddress - Discover Native American history in Ashburton. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: £1.50 (adult) Time: 30 mins - 1 hour
It may be the only museum in Dartmoor - and therefore, understandably, has a great many objects related to farming and the countryside - but Ashburton Museum also has one of the country's finest collections of Native American headwear and artefacts, donated by American philanthropist Paul Endacott whose family once lived in the town. Go along and discover a patch of America in Devon, from 2-4pm today.
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