Epping farm named a historic place

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A family farmstead, a fire station and a house whose owner rallied from weather challenges in 1816 are the latest properties on the state’s Register of Historic Places.The Samuel Haley Farm in Epping shows the evolution of a family farmstead from 1765 through the 1950s. Its farmhouse still has its 1760s Georgian framing, Federal-style details from the 1830s and Greek Revival-style updates from the 1850s.The Bristol Fire Station was used 1889 to 1974. […]

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