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Oriental porcelains, Indian artifacts, Pleistocene fossils, rocks and minerals, antique furniture and clocks.
In 1943, the Henry Maxwell estate donated 2.560 acres (4 sq. mi.) of land to the Kansas Forestry, Fish, and Game Commission for the creation of a wildlife refuge dedicated to...
Native American artifacts, industrial and natural history collections with 1898 Smoky Valley Roller Mill and 1904 Swedish Pavilion.
Oils, watercolors and prints.
Clothing, household goods, farm machinery including threshing machines and historic buildings.
Housed in 1876 pioneer adobe house, typical Mennonite dwelling with artifacts of folklore, preservation projects, agricultural exhibits.
A museum settlement showcasing the westward movement of European settlers. As settlers made their way across America, they left behind a mosaic of ethnic villages. See various...
The town of Hillsboro was built as a railroad center for shipping wheat to market. The city grew and prospered. A leading family business in Hillsboro was the Schaeffler...