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Farmington Museum

Farmington Museum

The Three Waters Trading Post features a walk-through replica of a 1930s trading post with a bull pen stocked with period goods and artifacts, a pawn room and office showcases jewelry and rugs, a computer station and trading posts location map are located outside the replica post. Many of the objects used in the exhibit have been donated by local trading post families.This exhibit is a portion of the long-term exhibits planned for the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park. It is located within the timeline of the Farmington: 100 Years of Change exhibit.

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