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WASHINGTON — The histories of Native Americans and early settlers living in the mountains centered around Frazier Park, Calif., are told through donated artifacts and family photographs. The museum is one small room. A log cabin and early gas station are located on the grounds.
The museum is accessible. The grounds are surfaced with gravel which makes rolling around a bit difficult. The log cabin and gas station are not open to tour and can be viewed from the parking lot.
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