Stone building with a wagon and wooden fence in front.

Hubbell Trading Post


The Hubbell Trading Post National Historical Site was authorized by an act of Congress on August 28th, 1965 (Public Law 89-148) and established after acquisition by the Federal government in 1967. The enabling legislation of Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site states that the site was established to preserve and protect the Trading Post and its environs for the benefit and enjoyment of the public. The Trading Post is to be conserved as a functional, viable establishment, reflecting on-going traditional trading relationships.

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