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Oelwein, Iowa
Historical Society
A museum preserving a piece of history from the Oelwein and surrounding area
Nashua, Iowa
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Military, Park
The Old Bradford Pioneer Village Museum has 13 buildings on its walking tour, including an original Great Western Depot and a Chicago Northwestern caboose. Dr. Pitts' medical office, two authentic log homes, General Store, Laundry, Blacksmith Shop, Agriculture Bldg, Heritage Bldg, Cottage, Jail, one room schoolhouse and toy shop. The Cottage is the only original building to the grounds. It was the home of the caretaker of the Little Brown Church, which sits adjacent to the museum property.
Iowa City, Iowa
Historic House
Old Capitol, a National Historic Landmark, has been restored to reflect the years it served as the last capitol of the Iowa Territory (1842-1846) and the first state capitol(1846-1857).
Grundy Center, Iowa
History
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