This is the last remnant of “Lewisville”, a pioneer settlement once located on the south bank of the east fork of the Lewis River. The 600-acre farm includes a house built in 1885 and expanded in 1911, and a barn built about 1900. In addition to being a successful farmer, Albert was known as a self-taught music teacher in the community, who gave lessons and produced student concerts.
Green House and Barn
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