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Isaac Miller Farm

The Isaac Miller Farm, near Fairfield, Kentucky, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. The 238 acres listing included 10 contributing buildings, a contributing structure, and a contributing site. It includes a frame, two ...

                                               

Valley Farm Ruins

Valley Farm Ruins is the remaining structures of an historic estate on the banks of Elkhorn Creek in Franklin County, Kentucky near the Woodford County line. The property was added to the United States National Register of Historic Places on July ...

                                               

Laudholm Farm

                                               

Hogmire–Berryman Farm

Hogmire–Berryman Farm is a historic farm complex and national historic district at Spielman, Washington County, Maryland, United States. It dates from the late 18th or early 19th century, includes a brick house, an early 19th-century stone second ...

                                               

Ingram–Schipper Farm

Ingram–Schipper Farm is a historic farm complex located near Boonsboro, Washington County, Maryland, United States. It is a two-story, four-bay Flemish bond brick dwelling with white trim and water table. The house features a Victorian period fla ...

                                               

Linthicum Walks

Linthicum Walks is a historic home and farm complex at Crofton, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. It consists of a 19th-century frame dwelling, a mid-19th century meathouse, a frame pre-1815 tobacco barn, and a family cemetery dating to the mid 19th ...

                                               

Daniel Sheffer Farm

The Daniel Sheffer Farm is a historic home and farm complex located at Middletown, Frederick County, Maryland, United States. It is dominated by the two story brick main house, which was constructed between 1840 and 1850. Outbuildings include a s ...

                                               

Snively Farm

Snively Farm is a historic home and farm located near Eakles Mills, Washington County, Maryland, United States. It is a two-story, three-bay 18th century log structure with an exposed basement at the front elevation on fieldstone foundations. The ...

                                               

Thainston

Thainston is a farm complex and national historic district in La Plata, Charles County, Maryland, United States. The main house is a two-story, L-shaped brick house built in 1865 and enlarged early in the 20th century. It was designed by Eben Fax ...

                                               

Timber Neck Farm

Timber Neck Farm, formerly known as Laurel Grove, is a farm complex and national historic district in Faulkner, Charles County, Maryland, United States. The main house is a ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 -story, L-shaped frame structure with a large double chimney. T ...

                                               

Wilson–Miller Farm

Wilson–Miller Farm is a historic home and farm located near Sharpsburg, Washington County, Maryland, United States. The house is a two-story, two-part, eight-bay log building resting on fieldstone foundations. The house features three brick chimn ...

                                               

Bartlett–Hawkes Farm

The Bartlett–Hawkes Farm is a historic house at 15 Winnetaska Road, in the Waban village of Newton, Massachusetts. With its oldest portion dating to about 1736, it is the oldest surviving building in Waban. Enlarged several times, it was moved to ...

                                               

Bradstreet Farm

Bradstreet Farm in Rowley, Mass. is believed to be the second-oldest continually operating farm in the U.S. Originally deeded by King Charles I of England to Humphrey Bradstreet in 1635, the property remained in the Bradstreet Family for many gen ...

                                               

Brookwood Farm

Brookwood Farm is a historic farm on Blue Hill River Road in Canton, Massachusetts. Some of its fields, but none of the buildings, are in Milton. It is owned by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and managed by the Department of Conservation and R ...

                                               

Capt. Mial Pierce Farm

The Capt. Mial Pierce Farm is a historic farm at 177 Hornbine Road in Rehoboth, Massachusetts. The central element of this farm complex is a 1-1/2 story wood frame house built c. 1800, probably by Mial Pierce, a local militia captain in the Ameri ...

                                               

Chase–Hyde Farm

Chase–Hyde Farm is a historic property located at 1281-1291 New Boston Road in Fall River, Massachusetts. The two-story main house with a mansard roof was built in 1879 for Abraham & Abby Chase. By 1893 the property was owned by Samuel Hyde, who ...

                                               

Crowell–Bourne Farm

The Crowell–Bourne Farm is a historic 1775 farmhouse on West Falmouth Highway in West Falmouth, Massachusetts. The farm has been owned and operated by Salt Pond Areas Bird Sanctuaries since 1979. The property has 49 acres of fields and woods with ...

                                               

Flint Farm

The Flint Farm is a historic farmhouse at 85 Osgood Street in Andover, Massachusetts. It was built in 1810 for farmer John Flint, and remained in the family until it was sold by his grandchildren in 1894. It is a two-story wood frame structure wi ...

                                               

Freegrace Marble Farm Historic District

The Freegrace Marble Farm Historic District encompasses a historic farmstead at 80 Burbank Road in Sutton, Massachusetts. Although most of its buildings date to the 19th century, the farm has retained the form of a typical 18th-century farm, incl ...

                                               

Harnden Farm

Harnden Farm, known today as Infinity Farm, is a historic farmstead at 261 Salem Street in Andover, Massachusetts. It includes a farmhouse and barn, built c. 1840 for Jesse Harnden, a farmer who moved from Reading. The house is notable for its la ...

                                               

Harris Farm (Marblehead, Massachusetts)

The Harris Farm is a historic late First Period farmhouse at 11 Manataug Trail in Marblehead, Massachusetts. It is a rare example of a three-bay house from that period. It was built c. 1670 as a two-story structure with one room on each floor, an ...

                                               

Holt Farm (Andover, Massachusetts)

Holt Farm is a historic farm built in 1714 by Nicholas Holts grandson Timothy Holt and located at 89 Prospect Road in Andover, Massachusetts. The house was built on the highest point in Essex County on land granted in Nicholas Holt. In Colonial t ...

                                               

Jenkins–Whelden Farmstead

The Jenkins–Whelden Farmstead is a historic farmstead at 221 Pine Street in Barnstable, Massachusetts. It is one of Barnstables best-preserved farm properties. The farm complex includes a c. 1840 house, an older 18th century house that is used as ...

                                               

Larch Farm

The Larch Farm, also known as the Goldsmith-Pickering House, is a historic First Period farmhouse at 38 Larch Road in Wenham, Massachusetts. The house is a large colonial 2.5 story wood frame house, eight bays wide. The northern half of the house ...

                                               

Levi Wetherbee Farm

The Levi Wetherbee Farm is a historic farm at 484 Middle Road in Boxborough, Massachusetts. The 36-acre property includes a farmhouse which dates to the mid-18th century, rough fieldstone walls delineating some of its property lines, a c. 1904 ic ...

                                               

Newell Farm

Newell Farm is a historic farmhouse at 243 Main Street in West Newbury, Massachusetts. It was built in 1846 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

                                               

Old Tavern Farm

The Old Tavern Farm is a historic farmstead at 817 Colrain Road in Greenfield, Massachusetts. The main structure exemplifies the organic growth of a farm complex from colonial days into the 19th century. The main block of the house is a Federal s ...

                                               

Old Town Farm

Old Town Farm is a historic poor farm building at 430 Pelham Street in Methuen, Massachusetts. The brick two story building was built in 1846, after Methuen lost its earlier poor farm due to the loss of part of its territory to newly founded Lawr ...

                                               

Paddock Farm

Paddock Farm is a historic farmstead at 259 Salisbury Street in Holden, Massachusetts, United States. The main house, built c. 1840 and attached to a c. 1780 earlier house, is a well-preserved example of a local variant of a Cape style house. It ...

                                               

Philemon Wright/Asa Locke Farm

The Philemon Wright/Asa Locke Farm, better known as "Wright-Locke Farm," is a historic farm at 78 Ridge Street in Winchester, Massachusetts. The organic farm grows and sells produce and offers educational programs for children and adults on land ...

                                               

Sachem Rock Farm

Sachem Rock Farm is a historic farm at 355 Plymouth Street in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts, United States. The farm location is important for a variety of reasons. Its earliest historical association is with the Wampanoag people, who are known ...

                                               

Sea Call Farm

Sea Call Farm is a historic farm in Orleans, Massachusetts, USA. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in June 2008. The property was actively farmed by William A. and Bertha Fiske during 1931–1950, after Williams retirement f ...

                                               

Stony Farm

Stony Farm is a historic farmstead at 428 Salisbury Street in Holden, Massachusetts. Built about 1790, the main house is a well-preserved local example of Federal architecture, and the surviving elements of the one-extensive farm property are a r ...

                                               

Taylor–Bray Farm

The Taylor–Bray Farm is a farm in Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts, and was originally owned and settled by Richard "of the Rock" Taylor in 1639 while it was still part of Plymouth colony. Stephen Hopkins, a distant maternal line ancestor, was given ...

                                               

Thomas Bray Farm

The Thomas Bray Farm is a historic farmstead at 280 Weir Road in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. It includes a house that is one of the oldest houses in Yarmouth, as well as a number of early 20th century outbuildings, located on about 10 acres of land ...

                                               

The Town Farm

The Town Farm, now the Easthampton Lodging House, is a historic poor farm at 75 Oliver Street in Easthampton, Massachusetts. It was established in 1890 as an inexpensive way to provide for the towns indigent population, and is the only locally ru ...

                                               

Welcome Horton Farm

The Welcome Horton Farm is a historic farmhouse at 122 Martin Street in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA. The 2-1/2 story wood frame house was built c. 1750–70, and is a well-preserved Georgian style house. Its enclosed front entry is possibly an ori ...

                                               

Westford Town Farm

Westford Town Farm is a historic poor farm at 35 Town Farm Road in Westford, Massachusetts. Its main building is a ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 story brick building, five bays wide and six deep, that was built in 1837. It was twice enlarged, in c. 1840 and c. 1900. ...

                                               

William B. Sherman Farm

The William B. Sherman Farm is a historic farmhouse located at 1072 State Road in North Adams, Massachusetts. Built in the 1820s, it is one the citys few surviving 19th-century houses, with relatively few alterations since its elaborate Italianat ...

                                               

Faunce–McMichael Farm

The Faunce–McMichael Farm, also known as the James Cosset McMichael Farm or the William H. and Shirley A. Billings Farm, is a farm located at 11126 M68 in Burt Lake, Michigan. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.

                                               

Maybury Farm

                                               

William and Margaret McFarland Core Farm

The William and Margaret McFarland Core Farm, now operated as the Ruby Ellen Farm, is a farmstead located at 5946 South Center Highway and 5856 South Lake Leelanau Drive in Bingham Township, Leelanau County, Michigan. The farm was operated by Wil ...

                                               

Dream Acres

Dream Acres is a 60-acre land collective located in Wykoff, Minnesota on County Road 8. Dream Acres has an organic farm run by Todd Juzwiak, Eva Barr, and others. The farm hosts classes, book readings, plays and movies. There are four buildings o ...

                                               

Femco Farms

The Femco Farms consisted of five farm properties established in Wilkin County, Minnesota, United States, in the 1920s and 30s to experiment with livestock breeding and agricultural diversification. They were created by Frederick E. Murphy, publi ...

                                               

Camp Four (Fort Smith, Montana)

Camp Four on Campbell Farm, about 12 miles from Fort Smith, Montana, is nationally significant for its association with Thomas D. Campbell, "once the worlds largest wheat farmer", and "a pioneer in industrialized corporate farming methods." It is ...

                                               

Meadowbrook Stock Farm

The Meadowbrook Stock Farm, also known as Thomas R. Murray Ranch, is a site on the National Register of Historic Places located near U.S. Route 87 near Hobson, Montana. It was added to the Register on January 13, 1992. The main house on the prope ...

                                               

Vogt–Nunberg Farm

The Vogt–Nunberg Farm is a site on the National Register of Historic Places located in Wibaux, Montana. It was added to the Register on April 10, 2008. The application papers state the farm "is an important example of an early twentieth century d ...

                                               

Menter Farmstead

The Menter Farmstead, near Big Springs, Nebraska, United States, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011. It is a farmstead built 1919–1928 during a regional agricultural boom sparked by winter wheat demand in World War I, ...

                                               

Miles Ranch

Miles Ranch near Dawson, Nebraska was the first of the great ranches established west of the Missouri River. It was established by Stephen Boyd Miles in 1855 as part of" mail grant land” awarded by the United States Government in exchange for tra ...

                                               

Bennett Farm (Henniker, New Hampshire)

Bennett Farm is a historic farmstead at 11 Bennett Road in Henniker, New Hampshire. The area has been farmed since the 1730s, when Henniker was laid out, and has been in the Bennett family for over a century. It is the oldest surviving farmstead ...

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