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Sprawling across five acres near Polson, Montana, the Miracle of America Museum includes a number of old (perhaps “historic”) buildings which have been assembled into a “pioneer” village (assuming that your definition of “pioneer” means anything prior to about 1970). The buildings range from a homesteader’s cabin with a sod roof, to a gas station and motel which used to be at Rollins (a small community on Flathead Lake to the north). Shown below are photographs of the village.

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Inside the Buildings:

The village is more than a collection of old buildings: each building is filled with artifacts and stuff related to that building. Here are photographs from the inside of some of the buildings.

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Originally posted to Ojibwa on Wed Jul 24, 2013 at 09:57 AM PDT.

Also republished by History for Kossacks.

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