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Property Name McNee Barns
Reference Number 13000431
State Kansas
County Chase
Town Elmdale
Street Address 3 miles southwest of Elmdale on U.S. Highway 50 (SS T20S R7E)
Multiple Property Submission Name Historic Agriculture-related Resources of Kansas
Status Listed 6/25/2013
Areas of Significance AGRICULTURE, ARCHITECTURE
Link to full file http://www.nps.gov/history/nr/feature/places/pdfs/13000431.pdf
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The McNee Barns are nominated to the National Register of Historic Places as an Associated Grouping of related farm buildings and structures under the Multiple Property Submission Historic Agriculture-Related Resources of Kansas. The nominated property includes four resources: a c.1920 wood-framed gable-roof barn, a c.1948 boxcar barn, a c.1880s dry-laid stone fence, and a steel Aermotor windmill (date unknown). The property is nominated under Criteria A and C for both its association with local agricultural history and architectural significance as examples of agriculture-related construction. The property meets the registration requirements identified in the MPS.

 

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