Farmstead from the end of the 13th century

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  • Farmstead from the end of the 13th century

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An example of nature taking back what has served our needs for hundreds of years. It is already the only yard in this locality documented in the 1654 revenue roll, and the last building development probably took place just before the Revolution. However, it has clearly run its course, as have many projects from that time. And we ran through it after catching Mindy at the brickyard that made the local roofing materials.
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