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Anderson Barn (Hitchcock, South Dakota)

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Built  1885
NRHP Reference #  03000763
Added to NRHP  15 August 2003
Built by  Anderson, Bengt
Opened  1885
Anderson Barn (Hitchcock, South Dakota)
Location  19411 394th St., Hitchcock, South Dakota
Similar  St Andrew's Episcopal, Yankton College, Fort Randall, Bear Butte, Black Hills

Anderson Barn, near Hitchcock in Beadle County, South Dakota, is a barn built in 1885 by Bengt Anderson. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.

It was built to house livestock and horses. It is notable as an example of a feeder barn.

It has a gable roof with asphalt shingles as of 2003, over sides covered mostly by tongue and groove wood siding, on a poured concrete foundation. Its north side has 8-by-10-foot (2.4 by 3.0 m) doors on tracks. In 2003 its interior featured a 30-foot (9.1 m) manger, and was mostly unchanged except it had a poured concrete floor. Its loft can store 40 short tons (36,000 kg) of hay.

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Anderson Barn (Hitchcock, South Dakota) Wikipedia


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