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Frontier Trading Post

Meadowcroft's two new 1770s-era dwellings help spotlight the similarities and differences between the everyday lives of European settlers and American Indians in the Upper Ohio Valley.

An open-sided log shelter represents the initial home and trading post of European settlers, while a log cabin shows how late 18th century American Indian families adopted European building techniques.

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19th Century Village
Step back in time to experience rural life with Meadowcroft's recreated 19th century village.
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New 16th Century Indian Village
Travel 400 years into the past to explore Meadowcroft’s recreated Eastern Woodland Indian Village.
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