This chapter discusses the experience of visiting the Wampanoag Homesite as a way to think through the process by which interaction with those Indigenous technologies mediates a specific kind of relationship to and vision of the land. It provides some of those challenges, note some of the tactics Indigenous museums have used, then address the choices at the Wampanoag Homesite. One way to understand Indigenous framings of technology has to do with their groundings in relationship to community and land. The history of European and North American museums’ treatment of Indigenous peoples from around the world is well documented. Indigenous peoples were at best informants, but the greatest authority over display and narrative rested with curators, archaeologists, exhibit designers, and docents. For Indigenous museums, particular care must be taken when choosing technologies to assist in the telling of Indigenous histories and cultures.