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Property Name Halderman-Van Buskirk Farmstead
Reference Number 13000092
State Indiana
County Wabash
Town Roann
Street Address 5653 N 700 W, Roann, IN
Multiple Property Submission Name N/A
Status Listed 3/20/2013
Areas of Significance ARCHITECTURE, AGRICULTURE
Link to full file http://www.nps.gov/nr/feature/places/pdfs/13000092.pdf
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The Halderman-Van Buskirk Farmstead is eligible under National Register Criteria A and C. Under Criterion A the property qualifies under agriculture as area of significance. The Halderman-VanBuskirk Farm, which was developed by two families associated with the development of Roann, is a well preserved example of a mid to late 19th century farm that continued its agricultural importance into the early 1900s. The property also qualifies under Criterion C under the area of significance of Architecture. The house is a particularly interesting example of the Gothic Revival style executed in a regional interpretation.

 

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