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Main Barn Felling Date: Winter 1833/4
Posts (1/2) 1833 (C); Joist (5/6) 1833 (C); Summer beam (1/1) 1833 (C); Site Master 1658-1833 EVGx1 (t = 9.89 ALLENS; 8.82 MD2011; 8.61 DC-AREA2).
Evergreen Barn is part of a larger farm complex and property now owned by the Evergreen Heritage Center. The barn is a standard three-bay Pennsylvania bank barn overlooking the valley to the southwest. It includes an upper level timber-frame threshing floor and a lower stone level with two feed aisles and four animal stalls.
Dendrochronological analysis has shown that the barn was built from timbers felled in the winter of 1833/4.
Worthington, M J and Seiter, J I 2016 “The Tree-Ring Dating of Evergreen Barn, Mount Savage, Maryland”, unpublished Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory archive report 2016/04
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