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— The Out Building —

In the 1990's the Museum was bursting the seams. It was determined that an out building should be built to store and display some of the items in the collection. The "building out back" is set up for display and activities. But you have to look closely at the shelves. There are treasures hidden there. The building was built by students of BOCES: Southwest Tech.

Gouverneur has a very large Amish community.

Don't worry, this kitty is behind glass.

An 1864 perambulator, donated by Bonnie and Keith Knowlton. He was the St. Lawrence county Sheriff for many years. They purchased it from an antique dealer and refurbished it including a new hood which was done by the Amish.

White marble texture with natural patter

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The museum has stair chairs to the exhibit floors for accessibility. Wifi is enabled throughout.

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