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Norman County Historical Society

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A great overview of rural Minnesota

Although I visited the museum for genealogy purposes, I was impressed by their large collection of... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2015
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30 Sep 2015
“A great overview of rural Minnesota”
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1103 County Highway 38, Ada, MN 56541
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Reviewed 30 September 2015

Although I visited the museum for genealogy purposes, I was impressed by their large collection of historic buildings, farming implements, movie theater equipment and personal items. Really gives you a feel for what life was like for the early pioneers. Worth an hour or so....More

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