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Atkins-Johnson Farm and Museum
Clay County History and the Atkins-Johnson Farm
Tucked among the rolling hills, the Atkins-Johnson Farm and Museum offers a glimpse of farm life during the 19th and early 20th century.
Originally a log cabin built between 1831 -1834, the Atkins family converted it to a four room I-house in 1853 and from 1920-1991 the Johnson Family called it home.
The Museum was named after the two families who lived there the longest and made the Farm a cornerstone of the community,
Find out how the City of Gladstone acquired this historic gem...