Dutch Barn


These unique barns are only found in the Hudson, Mohawk and Schoharie Valleys of New York and the Northern and mid part of New Jersey where the Dutch settled their colony of New Netherlands, beginning in the 1620’s to about 1820 or 30. There are also some later examples of Dutch barns to be found in Canada, built by Dutch loyalists who took that architectural form to Canada after the American Revolution.


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