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.