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Frank Owen's House
Home of Sam Jones
Thomas Heminger House
Nancy Ironheart Home
Barse Spring #1

Barse Spring #1

Photographs

Interior of Barn

Interior of Barn

Photographs

Lucas Hill Home Completed
Home of Carl Axness
Matt Gill Land

Matt Gill Land

Photographs

Beeman Owen's Spring #3
Barn of Mrs. John Bailly
Base for Toilets

Base for Toilets

Photographs

House of Jennie Keeble
House of Lucas Hill
Home of Ellen LaBelle Olson
Barn of John DuMares
Thomas Bluecloud Home Site
DeCoteau's Home Completed
House of John Demarce
Oliver Eastman Barn
Barse Spring #1

Barse Spring #1

Photographs

Home of Moses Williams
DuMarce Home Completed
Bluecloud's Present Home
House of John DuMares
Home of Moses Williams
House of Sam Adams

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