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Local museum features furniture created in 1846

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The Lincoln Parish Museum and Historical Society would like to invite area residents and guests to come by and see an unique piece of furniture dating back to 1846. This secretary was made by slave labor, and it belonged to Wooten Richardson. Yes, Wootenwas the man who sold the property that made up the original town site of Ruston to Robert Russ.

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