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Shushan Covered Bridge Museum takes visitors to 1800s, early 1900s (with photo gallery)

David McNitt, left, and Robert Malay, curators of the Shushan Covered Bridge and School House Museum, stand next to the Fiberglas horse popular with many school children who visit the antique center in Washington County. (Jeff Wilkin/Gazette Reporter)
David McNitt, left, and Robert Malay, curators of the Shushan Covered Bridge and School House Museum, stand next to the Fiberglas horse popular with many school children who visit the antique center in Washington County. (Jeff Wilkin/Gazette Reporter)
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David McNitt is a little light on military gear at the moment. He can tell you about the World War I uniform and helmet at the Shushan Covered Bridge and School House Museum. And the rifle on the wall that probably was fired during the War of 1812. “We have a cannonball that we think dates back to the American Revolution,” said McNitt, assistant curator of about 8,000 curios inside the unique Washington County building. ...


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