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Stephen Mack Home & Whitman Trading Post


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The Mack home and Whitman Trading Post were built in 1834 by fur trader Stephen Mack, one of the area's first settlers. It is located at Macktown Forest Preserve, site of an archeological dig, and golf course.


Admission: Adults: 1.00 Children: 1.00
Hours: Sunday: 1pm-4pm. Some Sundays. Closed major holidays
Address: 2221 Freeport Rd.
Phone: 815-624-4200
Our Email: coordinator@macktownlivinghistory.com
Our Website:www.macktownlivinghistory.com

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