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Rural Culture on the Edge Oakland Green B.B. by Oakland Green Road. Lincoln2

Comments:  Oakland Green is another successful example of using building the rural economy to sustain heritage. Located in the Goose Creek Rural Historic District, the main log house was built in 1730's by Quaker farmer Richard Brown and restored in 1969; the stone house was built in 1740's; the brick house built in 1790. The farm remains in the Brown family after ten generations and continues to raise Black Angus cattle. The B&B has operated for over 20 years under the management of Jean Brown, attracting visitors from across the USA and overseas.

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