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tribute to Frank “King of Clowns” Adler, Clinton native and famous clown with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey for nearly 50 years. Find complete info on our Facebook! Savanna Museum And Cultural Center 406 Main Street | Savanna, IL 815-273-3761 This new museum houses a collection of more than 90 life-sized mannequins dressed in historic Civil War uniforms. Also, the museum features a scale model railroad replicating the Savanna area in the 1950s. Martin House Museum 707 10th Avenue | Fulton, IL 815-589-2997 | www.cityoffulton.us The Fulton Historical Society is located in this Civil War era home donated to the city. The museum house several an- tiques, a genealogy research room and Fulton memorabilia. Morrison’s Heritage Museum 202 E. Lincolnway | Morrison, IL 815-772-8889 | morrisonchamber.com Located on the Lincoln Highway in a building on the National Historic Regis- ter, the museum has many interesting exhibits of Morrison memorabilia and special exhibits of the area.  Displays include many products manufactured locally in the past such as Rich Toys, Summit Stoves, Illinois Refrigerator, and Volckman Furniture. museums Savanna Army Depot, Military Museum martin house museum 18935 B Street | Savanna, IL 815-273-8312 The Savanna Army Depot and Military Museum has a variety of items that in- clude pictures, newspapers and various displays. Admission is free, but visitors are asked to supply a donation. Sawmill Museum 2231 Grant Street | Clinton, IA 563-242-0343 | www.thesawmillmuseum.org Lumber built Clinton, not just the buildings and barns, but it fathered the industry that brought the railroad, the immigrants, and the entrepreneurs. Listen to the legends and stories that made the lumberjack a national hero, then experience what life was really like in a lumber camp. Hear the buzz from the sawmill as logs are cut into the lumber and envision the workings of the Struve Mill where hundreds of pieces of wood became beautiful trims, doors and flooring. Catch a glimpse of a worker’s life or entertain with the millionaire’s family as you visit “Clinton, the Lumber Capital of the World” and other exhibits at the Sawmill Museum. Located in the Lyons District. sawmill museum sawmill train Windmill Cultural Center 111 10th Ave | Fulton, IL 815-589-4545 | www.cityoffulton.us The center houses an extensive collection of European model windmills, ranging from 3 to 6 feet tall, as well as additional items and exhibits pertaining to multicultural heritages, including Dutch. Welcome to Clinton! 721 S. 2nd St. * 563-242-5702 www.clintonia.com www.clintonherald.com Visitor And Newcomer Guide | 2019 41