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The History of the Hoff Log Barn, Maryland

As told by Abraham Howard
Westminster, Maryland

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The Hoff Log Barn in Maryland was built in 1792 when George Washington was president. The barn stands to this day at the Carroll County Farm Museum and is on display for educational tours. It was donated to the museum by the late Marlin Hoff, a New Windsor dairy farmer. The two-story bank barn was built in 1792 by farmer Yost Greenwood out of 90 hand-cut and hewn logs and contains no nails.

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