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In the West Virginia State Farm Museum, visitors will get to see historical building that have been moved and rebuilt on the museum grounds. These include log cabins, an early farmhouse, 19th century blacksmith shop that can still work, doctor's and newspaper offices as well as the first Lutheran Church west of the Allegheny Mountains. The Summers Log House, one of the structures in the site, was relocated to the Farm Museum. It originally occupied a farm called the Walnut Grove in Putnam County. It was first owned prominent Kanawha County resident Judge George William Summers and his family. Judge Summers was very well known in Virginia, West Virginia as well as the other national political arenas.

The Greene building is where the main artifact collection of the Museum is displayed. Inside, numerous artifacts are displayed to depict the ancestors? way of life in the area.

Visitors can also observe farm animals such as Sam, the Belgian mare who can befriend anyone just as long as he is not a dog. There is also Frosty the goat, probably the tamest animal there is.
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