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Visitors to Helvetia will see this sign: “And so in 1869 this handful of Swiss craftsmen found themselves in a wilderness of vast beauty – with unfamiliar tools and skills they hewed and plowed this unyielding land – and they called their village Helvetia.” The Randolph County town is on the National Register of Historic Places. Photo by Steve Shaluta.

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