|The Merchantile: The Merchantile was used as a Post Office and the General Store during the Pionner days.|
|The Meeting House: The Meeting House is not an original building of the village. It was built in the 1970's by the Mitchell Ministry because they felt the village should have had a church. Church services are held in the Meeting House even today during parts of the year.|
Click on the picture to see inside of the Meeting House!
|The Blacksmith: The blacksmith was a major necessity in the village.|
|Next to the Blacksmith was a building that looks like a garage of today without doors. This is where the village people coming through would leave their carriages and buggies.|
|The Weaver: The Weaver's home was full of yarn and the materials needed to make blankets and clothing.|
Click on the picture to see inside of the Weaver's House!
|The saying "Pop Goes The Weasel" comes from the pioneer time. There was a wooden device that helped measure out yarn. When the yarn was measured to the desired length the device would make a popping sound.|
|Granny White's House: This house is an example of living well during the pioneer days. Granny White helped raise orphans. The house was seperated by a "doggie trot" to allow breeze to go through the house since there were no air conditioners or fans at that time.|
Click on the picture to see inside of Granny White's House!
|The Wood Shop: Woodworking was done in this building and wagons were able to pull up to a door on the side and load up. The following picture is of the inside of the Wood Shop.|
|The Potter: The potter used kickwheels to make many different pieces of pottery. Different pieces of pottery such as banks and games were made along with dishes.|
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|The School House: The School House was also called the Nursery. This is where the children stayed during the day. All grades were in one building. The building was made up of two rooms.|
Click on the picture to see the school house and inside of it!
|The Mill Office: The mill office served as workshop and business center for the Grist Mill.|
|The Garden House: 10-15 children lived in the Garden House at one time. It is styled like a home of today except it has only one room.|
Click on the picture to see inside the Garden House!
|There are two houses shown in the following 2 pictures. These houses were owned by each of the brothers that owned the village.|
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