Turning the U.S. Customs House into the National Museum of the American Indian was an ironic decision. The government office that managed immigrants now exhibits artifacts of native nations decimated by the incoming.

A marvelous building constructed from 1902-1907, it was designed by Cass-Gilbert, who later designed the Woolworth Building and the U.S. Supreme Court

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