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Abandoned cellar hole along an old dirt road, near Black Brook, in Warren, New Hampshire. Based on an 1860 historical map of Grafton County this was the homestead of S.T. Hayt. This is a side view of the split stone arch that supported the chimney structure. Consisting of two walls of stones topped with horizontal stones this type of chimney arch was used after the turn of the nineteenth century. And it has been documented that farmers used this area for winter food storage.
Title: Abandoned Homestead - Warren, New Hampshire

Description: Abandoned cellar hole along an old dirt road, near Black Brook, in Warren, New Hampshire. Based on an 1860 historical map of Grafton County this was the homestead of S.T. Hayt. This is a side view of the split stone arch that supported the chimney structure. Consisting of two walls of stones topped with horizontal stones this type of chimney arch was used after the turn of the nineteenth century. And it has been documented that farmers used this area for winter food storage.

Location: Warren, New Hampshire, United States

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