History & Culture
NPS Photo. NEPE-HI-1204
"We did not travel here; we are of this land. We did not declare our independence; we have always been free."
Take some time and explore the park's history and collections, You can either inquire into the stories of the places that we protect and preserve or take a closer look at our collections and research center or both! Just follow the links to your left.
Did You Know?
In 1994 the Idaho Fish and Game Department drained Tolo Lake, a site of Nez Perce National Historical Park, for a restoration project. In the lake bottom, six to eight Columbian mammoth skeletons were found. A replica skeleton is on display in Grangeville, Idaho