Divide County Museum

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The Divide County Museum, which has also been known as the Divide County Pioneer Village, is a museum and local heritage center located in Crosby, North Dakota. The site includes approximately 25 restored historical buildings, including two churches, a schoolhouse, print shop, general store, sawmill, blacksmith shop, baker, and the former First Bank of Crosby.[1][2] Dedicated in 1979, the museum is operated by the Divide County Historical Society and has held threshing shows at the site.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ NDTourism
  2. ^ Victor J. Danilov (2002). Museums and historic sites of the American West. Greenwood Press. p. 521. ISBN 0313309086.
  3. ^ Divide County Pioneer Village. Divide County Historical Society. 1979.
  4. ^ "Divide County Historical Society". Divide County Historical Society. 1979.

Coordinates: 48°54′54″N 103°17′41″W / 48.914870°N 103.294803°W / 48.914870; -103.294803