Pettibone Farm (NRIS 90001944)

Address: Old Cheshire Rd. N of jct. with Nobodys Rd., Lanesborough, MA. County/parish: Berkshire.

4 contributing buildings. 1 contributing object.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places January 04, 1991.

From Wikipedia:

Pettibone Farm
Pettibone Farm is a historic farm on Old Cheshire Road north of junction with Nobodys Road in Lanesborough, Massachusetts. It was the farmstead of Jonathan Pettibone, a leader of Lanesborough during the American Revolution. Pettibone purchased the property in 1768, and it remained in his family until 1865, when it was sold to Ira Jenks. The Jenks family owned it into the 20th century, when, after a succession of owners, it was acquired by the Shulman family. The Shulmans operate Camp Mohawk on the property. (read more...)

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