PhotoFarm animals helped farmers to succeed in agriculture.
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PhotoFarm animals were kept at the Work Barn.
PhotoLeft : Work Barn Right: Small Corn Crib for storing corn. After harvesting the corn, it would be left in the crib to dry with the shucks still on. After it dried out and the shucks were removed, it...
PhotoWagon used for hauling cotton
PhotoIn the Wood Shed, wood working would be done and furniture would be made.
PhotoIn the Wood Shed, tools were stored and repairs were made to the wagons.
PhotoThe Homestead House was built between 1823 and 1826. This is where Dr. John Bratton and his family resided. He was a physician, as well as a farmer, and his success in agriculture, growing grains and...
PhotoThe exterior of the Assembly/Dining Hall. It was used for formal dinners, parties, recitals, and dances. This addition to the house stood as a sign of their wealth and status in the community.
PhotoEntrance to the Assembly Hall
PhotoBelow the Assembly Hall is the cellar, which acted as a central storage and work area, and was used for food preparation. A dumb waiter was used to bring items from the cellar to the dining room.