Links to preservation and museum sites
The American Local History Network sponsors sites
across the United States on a local geographic basis. The Jefferson
County ALHN is coordinated by Mark Wentling, and from it one can link
to the individual Town pages.
is a subject within Agriculture Online for coordinating efforts to preserve barns. Among
other things, it has an extensive bibliography.
The Barn Journal has
a wide assortment of resources and items of interest to enthusiasts of
barn construction and preservation.
The R T Elethorp Historical Society maintains a website with
information and events that can be accessed at Hammond
Farmstead Museum is a link to agricultural and other early history in
New Jersey. It is of special interest to the creators of this site.
Marc Mosher has done an outstanding job of using
photographs to preserve old houses, barns, schools, and other old
buildings in the north country in his site Old
Abandoned Buildings of Northern NY .
Barn website by Bob & Kathy Frydenlund gives details on the
construction of round barns with pictures and good information in general.
The Northern New York Historical Society now has a website of
its own. To see more of the museum and its events calendar, go to Stone
of the Interior has a site that gives information on types of historic
barns with suggestions on preservation, and reading references.