Chronicles of Boone County

User Tools

Site Tools


dinsmore_homestead

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Last revision Both sides next revision
dinsmore_homestead [2013/10/09 15:24]
kmullikin
dinsmore_homestead [2013/10/09 15:26]
kmullikin [Homestead Buildings and Sites]
Line 10: Line 10:
 Through the [[dinsmore family|family'​s]] long tenure, the house and its furnishings,​ the constellation of outbuildings,​ and the extensive grounds were lovingly preserved. ​ In 1988 the farm was purchased by the Dinsmore Homestead Foundation and opened as a living history museum. ​ Its pristine rural setting, adjoining Middle Creek county park and Dinsmore Woods Nature Preserve, remains unspolied. Through the [[dinsmore family|family'​s]] long tenure, the house and its furnishings,​ the constellation of outbuildings,​ and the extensive grounds were lovingly preserved. ​ In 1988 the farm was purchased by the Dinsmore Homestead Foundation and opened as a living history museum. ​ Its pristine rural setting, adjoining Middle Creek county park and Dinsmore Woods Nature Preserve, remains unspolied.
  
-====Homestead ​Buildings and Sites====+====Buildings and Sites====
   * [[Roseberry House]]   * [[Roseberry House]]
   * [[Smokehouse]]   * [[Smokehouse]]
dinsmore_homestead.txt · Last modified: 2013/10/09 15:46 by kmullikin