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Wilkins Farm, South side of Dove Hollow Road, 6000 feet east of , Lost River, Hardy County, WV



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HB1281433
BWPhotos 372790


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Location
6000 feet east of, Lost%25252525252BRiver%25252525252Bvicinity, WV

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS WV-264
Significance: The Wilkins Farm is historically and architecturally significant as an intact example of vernacular log dwelling construction, clad in machine milled clapboard, with a distinguished complement of compatible contemporary outbuildings, including one double crib log barn and two single crib log barns. Established as an owner-occupied and managed farm ca. 1820, the property exhibits characteristics consistent with its German-American owners' socio-economic status, the rapidly disappearing vernacular log building types, and its setting.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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