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Sherman House Museum and Georgian Museum [OH]

Maintained by the Fairfield Heritage Organization, the 1811 Sherman House was the birthplace of General William Tecumseh Sherman and his brother, U.S. Senator John Sherman, and has been restored and furnished to period. Exhibits in the space include Sherman family memorabilia; a recreation of General Sherman's Civil War field tent including several items he used during the war; and a sound and light presentation depicting his passion for the Union.

The Georgian Museum is housed in an 1832 Federal-style home has been restored and furnished today as it would have been in the 1830s with some original pieces and numerous early Fairfield County items.

Both museums offer exhibits and tours, as well as educational programs.

 
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