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Shadelands Ranch Museum Shadelands Ranch Museum
Walnut Creek, California

The House provides a rich archive of Contra Costa and Walnut Creek history in its exhib

Skyline Farm Skyline Farm
North Yarmouth, Maine

A group of preservation minded residents are aggressively pursuing a $1.2 million fundr

Timberlane Farm Museum Timberlane Farm Museum
Loveland, Colorado

Timberlane Farm is a working farm museum intending to preserve the 1860 to 1940 life st

Trimborn Farm Trimborn Farm
Greendale, Wisconsin

Delve into Victorian-era industry, reminisce about 19th century farm life, and witness

Updike Farmstead Updike Farmstead
Princeton, New Jersey

In 2004, the Historical Society of Princeton acquired the historic Updike Farmstead in

Wessels Living History Farm Wessels Living History Farm
York, Nebraska

The Wessels farm

William Miller Home And Farm William Miller Home And Farm
Whitehall, New York

After a period of religious doubt and time spent as a lieutenant and captain during the

Wyckoff House Wyckoff House
Brooklyn, New York

Its history exemplifies the diversity of Brooklyn’s colonial farms, where Dutch-America

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