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The White Settlement Museum is housed in three separate buildings and a shed. 

  • The Main building has three display areas:
  • The White Settlement Room displays artifacts and photos from early area history beginning in 1849.
  • The Communications display shows off early nineteen hundred methods of communicating.  Early cameras, telephones and radios are on exhibit.  See and hear an early RCA Victor phonograph and a 1950 working Sylvania portable television.
  • The War Room begins with artifacts from the civil war and continues through Desert Storm.
  • The annex has a model kitchen from around 1900 and many other artifacts from that time period.
  • The Blacksmith's shop is complete and ready for a blacksmith to begin the day's work.
  • Finally, the shed displays a few of our farm implements.  Other implements are on display in the yard.

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See and hear an early RCA Victor phonograph and a 1950 working Sylvania portable television.

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To contact us:

Phone: 817-246-9719
Email: museum@inoli.co