AGRICULTURE & HISTORY MUSEUM
The Museum of Agricultural and History provided a look at life on the farm in rural America and inventions that made that life simpler as time progressed. We welcome you to join us in viewing this journey.
In 1886 John Blue and his father established a business on John’s land. In the shop, the younger Blue repaired cotton gin parts and other farm tools and equipment. The small business grew into a large plant where implements were made. Blue built a foundry—a building that contained equipment to melt iron and cast it into parts he needed and that building burned in 1947. The factory where the equipment was built is the building that now houses the Museum of Agriculture and History.
The Agriculture & History Museum has several small exhibits. Click the links below to learn more about them.