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The house is a seven-gabled Victorian residence that was home to a Civil War veteran. It was originally built nearer the Missouri River, then taken apart brick by brick and reassembled on the present site in 1877. There is a famous ghost story associated with the Bailey House that entertains all guests to the Museum. Displayed are period furniture, toys, clothed figures, and a quilt collection. There is an admission charged.

Location: 5th and Main, Brownville Nebraska Telephone 402-825-6001

Other History nearby:
(Savannah) Andrew County Museum
(Barnard) Barnard Museum
(Brownville) Captain Bailey Museum
(Maryville) Nodaway County Historical Museum

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