Freetown Village was born out of a determined vision to provide an accurate picture of an important but misunderstood period in Indiana and American history. Since 1982, it has told the stories of that past in ways that connect directly with our present. These stories enhance our understanding of one another, celebrate the riches of our diversity, and show us the common ground of human nature, family tradition, and the essence of good citizenship. Freetown Village, a living history museum,
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