BedroomPermanent Exhibit

The upper floor of the Museum was added in 1882 to provide a residence for the Post Master and his family.  The rooms continued to be used as a residence until about 1920.  The room contains cedar furniture from local homes.  The hip bath and chamber pots are reminiscent of a time when houses did not have running water or sewerage.

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