|The McCall Family Farmstead is eligible for the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion A for its association with the history of agriculture in Bogard Township, Daviess County, Indiana, and for its embodiment of the characteristics of an affluent farmstead. In addition to the large residence, the property contains several examples of outbuildings indicative of a major farming enterprise during the period of significance (circa 1871, the year of construction of the earliest extant building to circa 1935, the date that the McCall family constructed the last building within the historic period). Contributing resources on the property date from circa 1871 to circa 1935. This property represents an intact example of a family farm that expanded during the golden age of Indiana agriculture and then adapted to changes in regulations and the agricultural economy of the 1920s and 1930s to remain viable. 11 Although the house does exhibit some features of the ltalianate style and the outbuildings are good examples of typical agricultural buildings, the cumulative changes to the buildings do not warrant listing of the property under Criterion C.