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Barn Dances, Platform Dances and House Dances

Wessels Living History Farm

Dancing is an ancient pastime and an important forum for social interaction, especially in rural areas. During the early part of the 20th century, rural Americans found inexpensive ways and places to dance. In this video podcast, Nebraskans Carla Due and Millie Opitz remember the fun they had.
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