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Originally located near Upper Little River this barn was built by the Harrington Family. The patriarch of the Harrington family, Thomas Harrington, moved into the community in 1831. Before moving here the family lived in Robinson County near St. Pauls.

By 1843 Thomas sold his property to three of his sons and two of them sold out to their brother John and he built this barn in the 1850’s just before the civil war. At the time he owned 27 slaves.

The Harrington family was a very literate family, they kept good records and passed down a lot of photos and information. They told stories about the barn, they said it was used to store ammunition during the Civil War. (It may have been while they were vacated Fayetteville in 1865.)


The Harrington Barn

Built in the 1850’s

Harrington Barn

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