This living museum was started in the late 50's as they re-located many old buildings when they built the St. Lawrence Seaway. Most impressive are the working grain, woollen and sawmills. They mill grain to deliver to the on-site bakery, which goes through several hundred pounds of flour a day. The sawmill cuts large logs into barnboard, and the woollen mill is a busy place where rugs are made. The staff who are charged with playing their part in history, give very accurate accounts of life way back when. A great place to visit.
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