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390 A Summit Road
Exeter, RI, 02822
United States


Tomaquag Museum is dedicated to educating the public and promote thoughtful dialogue regarding Indigenous history, culture, arts, Mother Earth and to connect to native issues of today.


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Tomaquag Museum: Honoring those who honor us!

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   Copy from Rhode Island's Westerly Sun Newspaper.


 Copy from Rhode Island's Westerly Sun Newspaper.

Tomaquag Museum ushered in fall and a season sure to bring colder weather and holiday spirits  by holding its annual “Honoring Dinner” in celebration of four people who were instrumental in our growth this past year:

Allen Hazard, (Narragansett) A master Wampum Maker and owner of the Purple Shell

Myrna George: President & CEO, South County Tourism Council, Inc.

Daniel Kertzner: Vice President for Grant Programs at the Rhode Island Foundation

Wanda Jean Lord (Cherokee/Choctaw)  Principal Consultant Lord & Associates

Congratulations again to all the honorees! It is due to the outpouring of incredible support from people like you that make what we do at Tomaquag possible!


Please take a moment and watch highlights from our  2014 Honoring Dinner!

Please consider donating to Tomaquag Museum to support our many public programs. Your charitable gift is tax deductible and will make a measurable difference at Tomaquag Museum in our expansion of our art workshops, youth programming, and development of new video and audio podcasts to educate and entertain our audience.