One of the first buildings the visitor sees when entering the group of state buildings is the Indian Territory building.
It is located just behind the Utah building, and has a significant additional Indian reservation exhibit in the anthropology section.
It is two stories high, covers an area of 109 by 72 feet and cost $15,930.
Although representing a section supposed to be in the primary stage of development, the Indian Territory building is one of the most dignified of state structures. It is a beautiful southern mansion in its design.
It is an Indian museum which displays agricultural products and handicrafts, far along the path of civilization.