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American Room

A wooden bedstead, armoire, and sewing machine set the stage for this turn of the century American bedroom

Many Americans immigrated the Canadian west at the turn of the century. American settlers sold their small corn or wheat farms and came north, with money and knowledge of dryland farming techniques. Most of the furniture in the American bedroom came from the Forester family of New Mexico.

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