In July 2010 the Ketcham Inn Foundation, Inc. received a 120 year old teepee. Constructed of wood in 1890 as a special amusement at the Bishop Robert Estate, it was later gifted to Chief Paul Ward of the Poospatuck Indians. After surviving several hurricanes, the teepee, a rare surviving example of Road Side Amusement Architecture, was relocated to the Terry Ketcham Inn and fully restored for future generations to see and enjoy.
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