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Enon Community Historical Society and Log House [OH]

The Enon Community Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Enon and Mad River Township, OH. To this end, the society operates a log home, built prior to 1851. The home is furnished to depict early 19th-century life in rural Ohio. The collection highlight is a Wheeler Wilson sewing machine, dating to between 1850 and 1861.

The society offers log house tours and research library access. Tours are offered as special events and by appointment.

 
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