Genoa Museum

402 Willard Avenue
Genoa, NE 68640

402-993-2330
Mission Statement:
The Mission of the Genoa US Indian School Foundation, a non-profit organization, is to collect and preserve the history of the Genoa US Indian Industrial School and promote the heritage of the school, which was in operation from 1884 through 1934.

About Us:The Genoa Historical Museum was established in the 1970's when the old Genoa Bank was donated to the City of Genoa as a museum. Allen Atkins was instrumental in establishing the present day exhibits. Among the many exhibits are Allen Atkins' Pawnee Artifacts collection, George Umbarger's collection of Arrowheads and Pottery, Henry Hudson's diary (who was one of the founders of Genoa), numerous pictures and artifacts from the town's history.
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