During the American Revolution, the Hartman’s Dorf Barn survived the British and Indian raid of October 1780 in which the valley’s barns were burned in an effort to destroy the food supply of the Continental Army.
“The grandest and most elegant barns ever built in America.”
— John Fitchen, Architectural Historian
|Originally Built||circa 1760|
|in Schoharie, NY|
|Now Restored In||Safford, AL|
|Dimensions||50 x 60|
|3000 sq. ft.|