An 18th-century wood chickencoop sits empty illuminated by the setting sun on a spring evening. Short wooden runways lead up to the open doors of the shed. The roof is covered in wood shingles and the walls are made of weathered wood planks. In the background or lush green trees and a wood post fence.
The historic 18th-century site of the Samuel Hartwell house site illuminated in the evening sun on Battle Road in the Minuteman National Historic Park located in Lexington, MA. The original structure was destroyed in a fire leaving only the fireplaces and massive chimney. The beam structure was built to illustrate the original footprint of the home.
The historic 18th-century Captain William Smith house sits above Battle Road in the Minuteman National Historic Park located in Lexington, MA. Captain Smith was the commanding officer of the Lincoln Minute Men during the American Revolution.