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Novinger was a coal-mining town for several generations. From 1880 to 1966 the area was home to more than 50 coal mines; Adair County was the third largest producer of coal in the state in 1912. Novinger retains some of its Croation and Italian history.
The coal mining museum holds artifacts and exhibits of clothing, mining and farm equipment, stable wares, an 1850s log house and log outhouse; a log smokehouse, news clippings and photographs.
Hours may vary; please call.
Admission: $1; children, 50 cents.
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