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Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Significance: This barn is one of few remaining examples of German half-timber (Fachwerkbau) construction applied to farm outbuildings. An unusual feature is the second story overhang. Survey number: HABS WI-... more

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Significance: This barn is one of few remaining examples of German half-timber (Fachwerkbau) construction applied to farm outbuildings. An unusual feature is the second story overhang. Survey number: HABS WI-... more

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Significance: This barn is one of few remaining examples of German half-timber (Fachwerkbau) construction applied to farm outbuildings. An unusual feature is the second story overhang. Survey number: HABS WI-... more

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Significance: This barn is one of few remaining examples of German half-timber (Fachwerkbau) construction applied to farm outbuildings. An unusual feature is the second story overhang. Survey number: HABS WI-... more

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Significance: This barn is one of few remaining examples of German half-timber (Fachwerkbau) construction applied to farm outbuildings. An unusual feature is the second story overhang. Survey number: HABS WI-... more

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Significance: This barn is one of few remaining examples of German half-timber (Fachwerkbau) construction applied to farm outbuildings. An unusual feature is the second story overhang. Survey number: HABS WI-... more

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Christian Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Significance: This barn is one of few remaining examples of German half-timber (Fachwerkbau) construction applied to farm outbuildings. An unusual feature is the second story overhang. Survey number: HABS WI-... more

Watertown Arsenal, Building No. 292, Welch Avenue, Watertown, Middlesex County, MA

Watertown Arsenal, Building No. 292, Welch Avenue, Watertown, Middlese...

Significance: The significance of Building No. 292 lies in the fact that its changing use from an industrial storehouse to a modern laboratory provides a physical illustration of the changing mission of Waterto... more

Watertown Arsenal, Building No. 292, Welch Avenue, Watertown, Middlesex County, MA

Watertown Arsenal, Building No. 292, Welch Avenue, Watertown, Middlese...

Significance: The significance of Building No. 292 lies in the fact that its changing use from an industrial storehouse to a modern laboratory provides a physical illustration of the changing mission of Waterto... more

Watertown Arsenal, Building No. 292, Welch Avenue, Watertown, Middlesex County, MA

Watertown Arsenal, Building No. 292, Welch Avenue, Watertown, Middlese...

Significance: The significance of Building No. 292 lies in the fact that its changing use from an industrial storehouse to a modern laboratory provides a physical illustration of the changing mission of Waterto... more

Watertown Arsenal, Building No. 292, Welch Avenue, Watertown, Middlesex County, MA

Watertown Arsenal, Building No. 292, Welch Avenue, Watertown, Middlese...

Significance: The significance of Building No. 292 lies in the fact that its changing use from an industrial storehouse to a modern laboratory provides a physical illustration of the changing mission of Waterto... more

Watertown Arsenal, Building No. 292, Welch Avenue, Watertown, Middlesex County, MA

Watertown Arsenal, Building No. 292, Welch Avenue, Watertown, Middlese...

Significance: The significance of Building No. 292 lies in the fact that its changing use from an industrial storehouse to a modern laboratory provides a physical illustration of the changing mission of Waterto... more

Colony of the Massachusetts-Bay. A proclamation for a general fast … We, therefore, have thought fit, with the advice, and at the desire of the House of representatives, to set apart, and do hereby appoint Thursday, the seventh day of March next

Colony of the Massachusetts-Bay. A proclamation for a general fast … W...

2582E22 12 Jy 46.; Rec 7-18-46.; $17.50. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 39, Folder 7a.

Colony of the Massachusetts-Bay. A proclamation for a general fast … We, therefore, have thought fit, with the advice, and at the desire of the House of representatives, to set apart, and do hereby appoint Thursday, the seventh day of March next

Colony of the Massachusetts-Bay. A proclamation for a general fast … W...

2582E22 12 Jy 46.; Rec 7-18-46.; $17.50. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 39, Folder 7a.

In the House of representatives, October 31, 1775. Resolved, that Dr. Whiting a member of the Committee appointed by this Court to improve the art and business of manufacturing salt petre, be directed immediately to repair again to the Colony of

In the House of representatives, October 31, 1775. Resolved, that Dr. ...

Positive Photostat. Page Order: Folder Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 5 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Po... more

In the House of representatives, October 31, 1775. Resolved, that Dr. Whiting a member of the Committee appointed by this Court to improve the art and business of manufacturing salt petre, be directed immediately to repair again to the Colony of

In the House of representatives, October 31, 1775. Resolved, that Dr. ...

Positive Photostat. Page Order: Folder Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 5 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Po... more

In the House of representatives, October 31, 1775. Resolved, that Dr. Whiting a member of the Committee appointed by this Court to improve the art and business of manufacturing salt petre, be directed immediately to repair again to the Colony of

In the House of representatives, October 31, 1775. Resolved, that Dr. ...

Positive Photostat. Page Order: Folder Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 5 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Po... more

In the House of representatives, October 31, 1775. Resolved, that Dr. Whiting a member of the Committee appointed by this Court to improve the art and business of manufacturing salt petre, be directed immediately to repair again to the Colony of

In the House of representatives, October 31, 1775. Resolved, that Dr. ...

Positive Photostat. Page Order: Folder Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 5 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Po... more

In Congress, Saturday, March 16, 1776. In times of impending calamity and distress; when the liberties of America are immenently endangered by the secret machinations and open  assaults of an insidious and vindictive administration, it becomes t

In Congress, Saturday, March 16, 1776. In times of impending calamity ...

Thanksgiving proclamation.; Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 39, Folder 10.

In Congress, Saturday, March 16, 1776. In times of impending calamity and distress; when the liberties of America are immenently endangered by the secret machinations and open  assaults of an insidious and vindictive administration, it becomes t

In Congress, Saturday, March 16, 1776. In times of impending calamity ...

Thanksgiving proclamation.; Imprint 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 39, Folder 10.

108 Lewis Avenue North (House), Watertown, Carver County, MN

108 Lewis Avenue North (House), Watertown, Carver County, MN

Significance: This structure, together with neighboring 200 and 112 Lewis Avenue North (HABS No. MN-130 and HABS No. MN-128, respectively), are the surviving core of the initial settlement of Watertown. They a... more

108 Lewis Avenue North (House), Watertown, Carver County, MN

108 Lewis Avenue North (House), Watertown, Carver County, MN

Significance: This structure, together with neighboring 200 and 112 Lewis Avenue North (HABS No. MN-130 and HABS No. MN-128, respectively), are the surviving core of the initial settlement of Watertown. They a... more

108 Lewis Avenue North (House), Watertown, Carver County, MN

108 Lewis Avenue North (House), Watertown, Carver County, MN

Significance: This structure, together with neighboring 200 and 112 Lewis Avenue North (HABS No. MN-130 and HABS No. MN-128, respectively), are the surviving core of the initial settlement of Watertown. They a... more

108 Lewis Avenue North (House), Watertown, Carver County, MN

108 Lewis Avenue North (House), Watertown, Carver County, MN

Significance: This structure, together with neighboring 200 and 112 Lewis Avenue North (HABS No. MN-130 and HABS No. MN-128, respectively), are the surviving core of the initial settlement of Watertown. They a... more

Langholff House & Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Langholff House & Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, ...

Significance: This building is an especially interesting example of a type of half-timber construction built by early German settlers in Wisconsin and known in Germany as Fachwerkbau. It is the only building o... more

Langholff House & Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Langholff House & Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, ...

Significance: This building is an especially interesting example of a type of half-timber construction built by early German settlers in Wisconsin and known in Germany as Fachwerkbau. It is the only building o... more

Langholff House & Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Langholff House & Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, ...

Significance: This building is an especially interesting example of a type of half-timber construction built by early German settlers in Wisconsin and known in Germany as Fachwerkbau. It is the only building o... more

Langholff House & Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, WI

Langholff House & Barn, State Route 109, Watertown, Jefferson County, ...

Significance: This building is an especially interesting example of a type of half-timber construction built by early German settlers in Wisconsin and known in Germany as Fachwerkbau. It is the only building o... more