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They were nomads, living in small groups, moving with the seasons and in search of food.

It took Ellsworth just a few weeks after her grandmother's death in June to go through the keepsakes in her Springport home."She was kind of a clean hoarder," she said.

More importantly, she added, the collection was kept together, not scattered among relatives. Some of the Ellsworth farm artifacts date back 350 years. There are a few barns too, off the rural, snow-drifted roadway, along with rows of now-frozen corn stalks.

Most of the artifacts were found before the family used massive, efficient machinery to work the land, back when Clyde was still using horses to plow the fields.

The Eaton Rapids Historical Society wants to share and display it.