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The Crane Historical Society has as its purpose the perpetuation of Harrison's colorful historical heritage. Their museum in the Crane House contains historical information and artifacts of the Harrison area of the late 1890's and early 1900's.

The old jail, a structure constructed entirely of 2x4s and built around 1920, has been moved to the Crane House site and is open when the Crane House is.

Location: PO Box 152, Main St, Harrison Idaho 83833 Telephone 208-689-3519

Other History nearby:
(Harrison) Crane House
(Fairfield) Fairfield Museum
(Coeur d'Alene) Fort Sherman Museum
(Spokane) Historic Flour Mill
(Coeur d'Alene) Museum of North Idaho
(Spokane) North Spokane Farm Museum


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