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Nice to know:

The Gudahl Barn was donated for lumber for the museum. It was built in 1912 from 35 neighbors who worked together on a work bee. Peter Gudahl donated it to the project and 5 volunteers tore it down. They used the wood to build the frame work of the new museum.

Building the roof photos: Most volunteers shown are 70 years old or more. The youngest is 40; the oldest is 85.

The youngest volunteer for the project is 9 years old.

Many S.D. prison inmates were brought in to help with the construction.

40,000 hours of volunteer work have been logged.

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