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Indian Territory at the Exhibition Expo Saint-Louis 1904

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.