Henri Liboiron - A lifetime of Discovery

Creator(s): Notukeu Heritage Museum

The collection of First Nations artefacts in the Notukeu Heritage Museum is one of the largest in Western Canada thanks to Henri Liboiron. He spent countless hours walking in local fields and digging to find an astonishing assortment of arrowheads, pottery and pipes. He then researched and documented the sites of his discoveries and established the museum in his home. It was the destination of many amateur and professional archaeologists, as well as school groups and tourists.

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