Every day items from the Goodner-Smith Farm Collection, a permanent exhibit, at Historic Prater’s Mill adjacent to the Barn
Postmaster’s Desk form an old country store where towns people collected their mail.
This is a photo of Bolter used to sift flour in the milling process. it is attached to the ceiling by wooden rods and shaken by belt & pulley.
Peacock Alley was the nickname for 41 Highway as the most popular pattern hung out for sale by the women was the peacock.