Today, the Canton Historical Society owns the 14,000 sq. building and has a large assortment of Collins Tools, as well as many Victorian items, a general store, farm/agricultural equipment, children's toys, looms, and a Bridal Parlor featuring wedding dresses worn by Canton residents from the late 1800s.
Also of interest, are several Regina music boxes, a large pump fire engine, used by the Collins Company, an Edison phonograph and Edison fans.
The ambiance of Main Street reflects period architecture with ornate details from the start of the 20th century.
According to historian Diana Muir writing in Reflections in Bullough's Pond, it was in Collinsville that Elisha Root invented the important industrial technique of die casting. Collins whose Collins and Company was the largest manufacturer of axes in the nineteenth century.
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