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The Mennonite Room

This was recently walled and separated from the large "History Room" to house the museum's Mennonite era collection. From his framed likeness on the wall opposite the entryway, Abraham Ziegler seems to oversee all, including a homey setting of a walking wheel, yarn measured, cane-seated rockers, and so forth. Fine brass-edged showcases contain smaller articles. A primitive corner cupboard was hand-crafted in the 1840s. A photograph of the 1825 Mennonite meeting house is also displayed. This stands not far from the museum and is the most original early Mennonite meeting house in the nation.

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