The 1993-94 traveling exhibition Sacred Encounters has found a home as a permanent installation. It is located in Old Mission State Park (also called the Cataldo Mission) which is managed by the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation although owned by the Coeur d’Alene Tribe.
See news items:
“Sacred Encounters” Washington State Magazine
“The Museum as Sacred Place” Indian Country Today (1)
“Exhibit Shows the Strange, Poignant Story of the Jesuits and Coeur d’Alene” Indian Country Today (2)
The exhibition centerpiece is this re-creation of the Mission on Christmas Eve in 1842. It is modeled on this watercolor painted by Nicholas Point, S.J., 1842, De Smet Collection, Washington State University Library, MASC:
For a review of the original exhibition in 1994, see the Los Angeles Times: “When Native American, Jesuit Worlds Intersected.”