The New Hampton Historical Society presents ‘The History of Agriculture as Told by Barns’


NEW HAMPTON — The mannequin new Hampton Historic Society will current “The Historic previous of Agriculture as Tprevious by Barns” on Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. at Gordon-Nash Library, 69 Primary Road.

The evolution of barn structure tells the story Of latest Hampshire agriculture. Barns modified from early English type, to Yankee type, to gambrel After which pole barns to accommodate the altering agriculture. Majestic barns recurrent Yankee ingenuity, exhausting work and expert craftsmanship. Discover out how barn types superior To fulfill the wants of inhabitants progress and modifications in society. This currentation Shall be a chronological stroll by way of time, with photograph illustrations of barns Throughout the state That are examples Of these eras of agricultural history.

“Barn Converse” Shall be launched by John Porter who was raised on a dairy farm in Lebanon, graduated from UNH with a B.S. Diploma in Animal Science After which went on to get a grasp’s degree in Animal Vitamin and Farm Administration from Cornell College. He has edited, revealed and contributed to books on the NH Dairy Enterprise and the preservation of previous barns.

Our packages are free and open to The general public. Masks Shall be required at this indoor currentation.