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Aloys Bilz House
(Ottawa County, Michigan)Former residence now a counseling center
(Jones County, Iowa)One room schoolhouse where Grant Wood attended grade school in his early years
(Windham County, Connecticut)A 4-story brick cotton thread mill built by George M. Morse in 1872. Belding bought the mill in 1918. In Putnam.
(Fairfield County, Connecticut)One-room school built 1872; closed in 1929; now a restaurant.
Gibson's Covered Bridge
(Chester County, Pennsylvania)Covered bridge over East Branch Brandywine Creek on Harmony Hill Road
Gjefle Log Cabin
(Allamakee County, Iowa)1870 Norwegian Log Home moved to the museum grounds in 1990
Herman C. Timm House
(Calumet County, Wisconsin)A beautiful example of a stick style Queen Anne home, added on to an original Greek Revival design home.
Independence Baptist Church
(Washington County, Texas)Independence Baptist Church was begun in August of 1839 and is the oldest continuously serving Baptist church in Texas.