A hexagonal rock building at the edge of the Link River displays 60,000 arrowheads primarily from the Northwest, along with more than 800 original Western works by 300 artists from British Columbia to Mexico. An odd mix of cowboy art and Indian artifacts, the collection began when young Eugene Favell found his first arrowhead; as his archaeological skills grew, he could at times unearth more than 200 obsidian arrowheads in a matter of hours. The walk-in vault in the middle of the building safeguards an extraordinary collection of 135 miniature working guns, from one-third-size Gatlings to inch-long Colt 45s that actually fire.
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