In the valley of the Western town
The authentic & history area
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Living history in the valley of the Western town

The Western town Pullman City provides historical characters with a platform to present the history of America in their free time (weekends, holidays etc.). The women, men and children take on an identity from the period between 1740 and 1880 with the clothing, jewellery, crafts and everything that goes along with this

The area is inhabited and run by private people. These buildings and outdoor areas are built and designed as authentically as possible using their own funds. The buildings are all private. Take a bit of time to view the buildings and individual objects, which hardly anyone recognises today any more.

When present, residents are happy to provide information and answer questions regarding the "old" way of living, traditions and historical events or their everyday life.

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HUT NO. 1

 
Richard & Hilde Bals as Richard & Theresa Baker

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HUT NO. 1A

 
Hans & Hanni Ametsbichler as John & Hannah Anderson

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Hut NO. 2

 
Swiss Mountainman
Shadowdancer

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Alfred & Michaela Petermichl as 1st Sgt. Fred Mikel & Mrs. Michelle Mikel

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Werner & Erika Schöpp with son Alexander as Old Vulture, Silent Water & Little Vulture

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7th Georgia Cavalry in the Mc Allister Barracks

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Samuel & Manou Weiss with Joschuar

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The Happy family


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Lumberjacks

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Pauli’s Husky trails

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Trapper Cabin

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Buddys Woodland Cabin

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Indian Longhouse


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Father Alfred Binder in his chapel St. Boniface

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Walter Gebhardt as the miracle healer Dr. Samuel Bimborius

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Karl-Heinz Lorenz & Maggie Müller as Maggie and Heinz O’Malley

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Riley William Y. Woods and family

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The Imhof Family


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Baker’s Crossing


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Mathias Wild & Susanne Stark as Mr. Mathew High Mountain & Lady Annette Susanne

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Fort Chipewyan



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The Last Trail Company Headquarters


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Dorothee Wagner as Dorothea Lynde Dix


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Samuel Hamilton Walker, his wife Jennie Leonora and 
William Roberts Junior

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Georg & Doris Pirner & sons Georg & Robert as John & Dorry Hazlehurst & George & Robert

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Beatrix and Berthold Peinbauer as Johannes & Frederike Romberg

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Konrad Hofer & Anna Krüger as Mr. & Mrs. Bouda, called “McKenzie”

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The Lang family as the Jack McQuestin family

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A palisade just like in the 18th century

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Housing for the Chiricahua and Mimbreño Apaches

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THE FORGE

 
Historical craftsmanship in the forg

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