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Mitchell, South Dakota
Art, Children's, Church, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Specialized
The rich history of the people who originally lived, and those who later settled the "Middle Border Region" is unbelievable here at Dakota Discovery Museum. From 1600 you can see the ways of the American Indian change and develop as the pioneer settlers move across the Middle Border Region. Indian artifacts include delicate porcupine quillwork and beadwork. There are changing exhibits of historical and artistic nature.
Denmark, Tennessee
Church, Historic House, Historical Society
This is a Church building built in 1854 with slave labor. It served as a prison for 97 soldiers of the 30th Illinois from the Battle of Briton Lane which is four miles behind the church. It is being restored. The building has hand hewn lumber, put together with square nails and windows made on site. There was a Masonic Lodge on the second floor with a pit for induction of converts to the York Rite of the lodge. One of only two known in Tennessee.
Montgomery, Alabama
Church
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