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Tread of Pioneers Museum (Campbell House)
The two-story frame house dressed in vernacular Carpenter's Gothic trim was moved here from 5th and Oak streets and reopened as a museum in 1959. First-story clapboard rises to a flared second story clad in shingle on this doll's house with half-timbered gable ends and porch pediments. Various rooms, including a new rear addition, are devoted to the cattle industry, mining, Native Americans, and skiing.
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