“A mid 19th century building”
The New Albany Plain Township Historical Society spent several years restoring the Ealy House, a mid-nineteenth-century building reflective of historical development in the area. This museum currently houses collections of local artifacts including items from a doctor's office, childrens' toys, farming tools, and a working foot-pumped organ. A historical marker in front of the house was dedicated on Founders Day 2010 and the museum is now open for tours by appointment. The Ealys were a German family that immigrated to the United States in the eighteenth century. By 1830 a branch had established itself next door to Ohio in Washington County, Pennsylvania. In that year John Henry Ealy bought for $225 a 75-acre parcel where the Ealy House stands and moved his family there.
Beautiful Farm House in New Albany. Restoration is perfect showing all wood plank floor board and many original features of the building
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The Ealy House Museum
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