Very interesting place to visit; been twice, and would go again. Run by a non-profit religious group. Best time to visit is the weekend; that's when they have people in the homes, dressed in period customs, many cooking and telling stories about the families that lived there - brings it more alive. If you're really lucky, you'll catch a wedding at the little church. Last time I went, was just entering the gift store, and heard a shot. Guy sitting on the porch had just shot a rattler, so take heed of the signs, if you're there outside of winter.
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