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(a) Primary House Undated
(b) Kitchen Winter 1816/7 , Spring 1817
(c) Wing Undated
Site Master 1712-1825 (oak) WYMDx1 (t = 11.03 MDOAK; 10.55 DCAREA2; 9.74 CONCORD1).
Wyoming Farm is a one-and-a-half story structure with a gambrel roof, five bays and a basement kitchen. A two-story wing connects the main house to the formally separate kitchen building.
Dendrochronological analysis has shown that the kitchen was constructed from timbers felled in the winter of 1816/7 and the spring of 1817. Neither the primary house nor the wing were found to date.
Worthington, M J, and Seiter J,I 2019 ‘The Tree-Ring Dating of Wyoming Farm, Clinton, Maryland’, ODL unpubl rep 2019/09.
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