This place does not look like much from the outside and even when you get inside, it is not fancy and modern like city museums. But what it is does offer is interesting bits of history of this area. Every inch is crammed with different relics. There is information about past sheriffs of the town, including one that was killed. There are old McGuffey readers, pictures of past town residents, Indian headresses, an old piano, etc. The museum has a back room as well as a front room. The woman who runs it is very kind and eager to try to help you. There aren't too many of these kinds of museums around anymore and this one is very cute. We almost weren't going to stop because it didn't appear to be much from the outside, but we were glad that we did.
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