This is a historic settlement from the late 1800's into the 20th century. Most of the important buildings are still in place, with a good audio tour available. During the Christmas season, they hold a very nice craft sale as well, which is always worth the visit. There is also a nearby nature preserve, which offers a nice hike any time the weather permits.
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