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 Through the [[dinsmore family|family'​s]] long tenure, the house and its furnishings,​ the constellation of outbuildings,​ and the extensive grounds were lovingly preserved. ​ In 1988 the farm was purchased by the Dinsmore Homestead Foundation and opened as a living history museum. ​ Its pristine rural setting, adjoining Middle Creek county park and Dinsmore Woods Nature Preserve, remains unspolied. Through the [[dinsmore family|family'​s]] long tenure, the house and its furnishings,​ the constellation of outbuildings,​ and the extensive grounds were lovingly preserved. ​ In 1988 the farm was purchased by the Dinsmore Homestead Foundation and opened as a living history museum. ​ Its pristine rural setting, adjoining Middle Creek county park and Dinsmore Woods Nature Preserve, remains unspolied.
  
-====Homestead ​Buildings and Sites====+====Buildings and Sites====
   * [[Roseberry House]]   * [[Roseberry House]]
   * [[Smokehouse]]   * [[Smokehouse]]
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   * [[Horse Barn]]   * [[Horse Barn]]
   * [[Wine House]]   * [[Wine House]]
-  * [[dinsmore_cemetery|Dinsmore ​Cemetery]]+  * [[dinsmore_cemetery|Cemetery]]
   * [[Across Burlington Pike]]   * [[Across Burlington Pike]]
  
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