A second structure is another English barn built on to the
first English barn. Physical evidence dates this structure to the early 19th
century. The frame was laid out and cut using a simpler timber framing
methodology, called "square rule" developed in the late 18th/early
19th centuries. The frame is noticeably different from the earlier barn.
However, there are similarities in the framing of the two barns, particularly
the roof systems, that indicate the barns may have been constructed by the same
builder. If this is the case, it would illustrate an interesting evolution in
this builder's craft and business skill.
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