Time Travel

Pennsylvania farm museum offers portal to the past

Ever wonder how small grains were harvested 6,000 years ago, or how corn was bundled to be hand-tied for shocks, or how our ancestors bored tapered holes for barrel bungs without power drills? Answers to those questions and more can be found at the Pennsylvania State University’s Pasto Agricultural Museum near State College, where Museum Curator Dr. Darwin G. Braund will show you the tools of the time.

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