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(June, 2004)

Aldo Hoeben

Windmills of Kinderdijk

Grant Hermanson

Brooklyn Park Historical Farm

Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, USA

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The Eidem Homestead, also known as the Brooklyn Park Historical Farm, in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota USA, is a ten acre(4 hectare) living record of farm life in Minnesota during the days of 1890 to 1900.

Homesteaded over a century ago, the farm was owned by the Eidem family for 82 years. The historical farm recreates the physical surroundings in which the family lived their daily lives. Interpreters carry out the tasks of farming and household activities using the tools and techniques of the late 1800s.

The Historical farm consists of a number of buildings including the farmhouse, barn, outhouse, outbuildings, chicken coop and windmill. It also includes period farm equipment and crop land. The barn and barnyard harbor livestock such as horses, pigs, cows, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks, geese, and cats. The purpose of this restored farmstead is to preserve and portray 19th century farm life through guided tours, displays, pioneer craft demonstrations and hands-on activities.

This is the scene from the center of the homestead. The house is to the northwest, the barn is to the south. Visit my map of the farm at BP.AroundPhoto to see more panoramas of the homestead, including inside the barn, and house.

Map of the Brooklyn Park Historical Farm with additional panoramas of the farm
Nikon CoolPix 8700, WC-E80, Kaiden Quickpan III-SPH, Stitcher

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