Experience how the allure of Madeline Island's legendary beauty has drawn people to its shores for centuries.
The museum is made up of four historic log structures that have been relocated and connected together. It includes the only remaining building of the American Fur Company complex built at La Pointe in 1835, making it the oldest structure on Madeline Island.
Experience native Ojibwe culture, the importance of the fur trade and the traditions of the island's summer vacationers and see why Madeline Island continues to be a place of encounters.
Music is "Morning Star - Ojibwe" as performed by Ed and Nancy Pierce.
Video Production by Highlights Media.