For over 170 years, the fair has been the bedrock of American communities across the country. Its essence has not changed much over the past century. As the social and cultural fabric of the United States has evolved considerably, the fairs continue to draw attendance from across wide swaths of the heartland, providing a place for far-flung citizens of a particular county or state...
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