The Sauer family owned the farm from 1869 until 1900 when the Beckmann family acquired the property. The restoration depicts the farm in the 1915 -1918 era.
The Tack Room
Horse drawn cotton planter and hay rake
The new house built sometime between 1900 and 1915.
The old house, circa 1869.
Cream separator and furniture.
"...pappy's corn squeezin'
Whshhhoooh . . . white lightnin'"
Park personnel raise a garden and can in the original ways
China can be reached either from the porch or the kinchen.
Park personnel working in costume and making cheese.
Various cheeses in stages of preparation
My Mother said that nothing made better biscuits than a wood stove.
Center hallway looking out the back door.
Kids room - they had 10, must have been cozy.
Tough way to plow a garden.