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Montgomery County Historical Society and Museums [IA]

The Montgomery County Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Montgomery County, IA. To this end, the society operates a library, history center, and five historic structures. The 1853 and 1866 cabins, 1870 schoolhouse, and the general store and post office are furnished to period. The 1884 Nims barn presents information on agricultural history.

The society offers period rooms; exhibits on military history, local companies, agriculture, and the Masonic lodge; educational programs; a reference and archival collection available to the public at the History Center.

 
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