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Meanwhile in Oz: Museum keeps storied past alive
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The Green County Historical Society Museum in downtown Monroe is not only filled with historical information, the building itself has a storied past. Matt Figi, a life member of the society, said the building, which is located one block north of Monroe's Square, was built in 1861 and was formerly the Universal Church. During the Civil War the building was used to store wheat for the Union Army.