Pioneer Village

Pioneer Village may refer to:

Canada
  • Black Creek Pioneer Village, a historic site in Toronto, Ontario
  • Fanshawe Pioneer Village, London, Ontario
  • Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village, Pincher Creek, Alberta
  • Lang Pioneer Village Museum, Peterborough, Ontario
United States
  • Pioneer Village, Kentucky, a city
  • Pioneer Village (Colorado), an open air museum in Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado
  • Pioneer Village (Salem, Massachusetts)
  • Pioneer Village (Nebraska), a museum and tourist attraction in Minden, Nebraska
  • Pioneer Village (Utah), a "living museum" in Farmington, Utah
  • Pioneer Village (Texas), an open air museum in Corsicana, Texas

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Magoffin County Pioneer Village And Museum
... Magoffin County Pioneer Village and Museum is museum in downtown Salyersville, Kentucky that exhibits a collection of reconstructed log buildings ... Most of the cabins displayed in the reconstructed village date back to the early 19th century ... The buildings are disassembled and then transported to the Pioneer Village for reassembly on site ...
Salyersville, Kentucky - Arts and Culture - Museums
... Pioneer Village - Located near downtown Salyersville, Pioneer Village is a complex of 15 original log cabins that have been restored and preserved ... The cabins in Pioneer Village often date back to the early 19th century ... cleaned, and they are transported and reassembled in the Pioneer Village ...
Lagoon Amusement Park - History - 1970-2000
... In 1976 Lagoon expanded east by purchasing Pioneer Village, an old west town complete with several historic structures that had been collected and exhibited in Salt ... The buildings were moved to Lagoon and the Pioneer Village Railroad ("Old Ironsides," a 24-inch-gauge Crown 4-4-0) circled the town ... looped around the residential area of Pioneer Village using the original miniature steam locomotive acquired in the early 1900s ...
Super Fun Time - Plot
... Garrison takes his fourth grade class on an educational field trip to Pioneer Village, a 19th century themed living history museum, where dedicated actors perform as if really from 1864 and never ... thieves led by a man called Franz have robbed a Burger King and fled to Pioneer Village, taking everyone hostage ... An actor called "Pioneer Paul" even shoots one of the townsfolk for breaking character in an attempt to save his own life ...

Famous quotes containing the words village and/or pioneer:

    The village had institutionalized all human functions in forms of low intensity.... Participation was high and organization was low. This is the formula for stability.
    Marshall McLuhan (1911–1980)

    America is the civilization of people engaged in transforming themselves. In the past, the stars of the performance were the pioneer and the immigrant. Today, it is youth and the Black.
    Harold Rosenberg (1906–1978)