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Mine Au Breton Historical Society [MO]

The Mine Au Breton Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of the Mine Au Breton, a lead mine, and the surrounding area, near Potosi, MO. To this end, the society operates the Mine Au Breton Historical Society Museum, Austin-Milam-Lucas Store, and Mine Au Breton Heritage Park. The museum presents information on mining, domestic life, weaving, and transportation. The Austin-Milam-Lucas Store holds exhibits on quilts, mining, and historic furnishings. The park contains an earthen oven for baking bread.

The society offers exhibits and tours of the James Long Home, Austin-Milam-Lucas Store, Mine Au Breton Historical Society Museum, Mine Au Breton Park, and Perry Cemetery. Tours are by appointment only.

 
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