STONY KILL FARM - Verplanck Tenant Farm House

In 1683, settlers Gulian Verplanck and Francis Rombout bought a 85,000-acre tract from the Wappinger Indians for goods worth approximately $1,250. Instead of working it themselves, they took in tenant farmers to keep the land worked and productive. They built the stone tenant farmhouse near the property's main entrance in four sections between the late 17th and early 19th centuries

7x10 limited addition print. Usually sold in an 11x14 or 12x16 matt. See limited addtion print prices.
The original framed is available at $5500.

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