Dunfermline Fish and Chicken FryDunfermline Fish and Chicken FryFounded in 1890 this small town was named for the home of Andrew Carnegie in Scotland. In keeping with its Scottish name, Dunfermline’s early inhabitants were immigrant miners mostly from Scotland, England, and Wales. As in many mining towns, a lot of the simple, single-story homes were originally owned by the mining companies. It was also for a time home to George Bennard, author of over 350 religious songs. The village hall site on Center Street is home to the Annual Dunfermline Fish and Chicken Fry, a locally famous fundraiser.



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