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Frazier Farmstead Museum [OR]

The Farmstead is operated and maintained as a restored house and farm museum by the Milton-Freewater Area Historical Society. The Frazier home was built in 1892 and houses a collection of antique furnishings and other items from 19th-century daily life. The site also houses a 1918 barn, a carriage house, and several other buildings, all of which were an integral part of a turn-of-the-century working farm.

The museum offers visitor tours. The website offers general visitor information regarding the museum as well as a brief history of the location.

 
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