Andrew J. Blackbird Museum

Andrew J. Blackbird was an influential leader for the Odawa during the 1800s. He was an advocate for western education and helped to interpret the 1855 treaty of Detroit for the Odawa, which kept them from being removed under federal law. Many chiefs and leaders were part of Andrew’s family, including his sister Margaret. Andrew was a postmaster for Harbor Springs and his home was utilized for this service. A state historic marker is on the grounds of the museum, Andrew’s former home. This building is listed on the national register of historic places.

Days and hours of operation vary. Located across the street from the Harbor Springs Area Historical Society.