Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory - Virginia
Main House Felling Date: Winter 1878/9
The East Farm in Berryville, Virginia, is a two-story farmhouse with an English basement. The English basement is constructed of stone while the original upper floors are built of logs. Dendrochronological analysis has revealed that the timbers used to construct the building were felled in the winter of 1878/9.
Worthington, M J and Seiter, J I 2014 “ The Tree-Ring Dating of the East Farm, Berryville, Virginia ”, unpublished Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory archive report 2014/10
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