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History Museum
“Constructed in the 1930s, the tower was used as administrative offices for the Cumberland Homesteads. Museum collection includes photos, documents and artifacts from the 30s and 40s.”
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Store
“If you like history and architecture, you might like a trip to Crossville, 30 min east. During the Great Depression, Crossville was home to a huge WPA (Works Progress Assoc), part of FDR's New Deal to help by providing unskilled labor jobs to men who were paid $25 a month. Their wives got $20, they kept $5. They built 250 flagstone homes, 200 are still standing and easy to spot once you know what they look like. I have been in one of the homes and it was so charming, like stepping back in time. The museum has a tower you can climb, 97 to the look out. The home museum is a few miles south east of Crossville. ”
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Museum
“This club is in a storefront in the mall and has just incredible model train exhibits in every scale model train. Its run by volunteers that will tell you about all the details. Ask them to turn off the lights and you will see all the vingettes light up. Great place for kids to visit since there are so many interesting things to find. They just ask for a donation so its well worth a trip.”
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“Via their website: "Pioneer Hall, the second Academy building to be constructed, was completed in 1889. Having served at various times as a dormitory, classrooms, a library, and offices, it stands today to tell the story of the Pleasant Hill Academy and the community, including the health facilities from which evolved the Cumberland Medical Center. Exhibits, which represent the lifestyle of early Cumberland County, include a country store, dormitory rooms, the principal's office, the tools of health care and the arts and crafts of the period."”
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