Monthly Archives: January 2018

Lewis County Historical Museum’s Artifacts – Oldest, Newest, Smallest, Largest

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Sometimes when you visit a museum, it can be overwhelming. Which display or artifact do you look at first? Can you narrow things down? Sometimes it helps to just focus on a few things at a time. So for this visit to the Lewis County Historical Museum, we chose to focus on looking for the oldest, newest, smallest and largest artifacts. [Read more…]

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Evaline School Keeps the One-Room-Schoolhouse Experience Alive

Evaline School began as a one room schoolhouse by another name in 1883 and was destroyed by a falling tree within a few years. A second school was called “Brown’s School” because the lumber was donated by Brown’s Mill. Then the name was changed to Evaline after the postmaster’s wife. A fire then destroyed that building in 1925 and that’s when the current school was built. [see more]

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