1903 - 1907
The cultures represented in this hall included the Chuckchee (Chukchi), Koryak, Kamchadal (Itelmen), Yukaghir, Tungus (Evenki), and Yakut (Sakha). Exhibits depicting the Ainu and the tribes of the Amur River were displayed in the Eskimo Hall (3, 1904, 49-54). Siberian exhibits were subsequently exhibited in the Chinese and Siberian Collections Hall, and as of 2017, these cultures are represented in the Gardner D. Stout Hall of Asian Peoples.
The hall was often used for temporary exhibits. Starting in November 1905, the hall was used for the American Tuberculosis Exhibition (1, 1905, p.30). During Convocation Week in December 1906, the Siberian Hall, along with the west Indian Hall, were set aside for an exhibition by the New York Academy of Sciences (1, 1906, p. 28). In 1907, the last year that the hall is mentioned in the Annual Reports, the Siberian Hall hosted an exposition of the American Institute of Social Service on devices for preventing accidents and saving lives, and held an exhibition by the International Kindergarten Union (1, 1907, p. 28).
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