List of Grange Hall buildings

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This is a list of notable Grange Hall buildings, which are or were meeting places of The National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry. There are over 60 such buildings which are historic and are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). The list also includes buildings, such as the U.S. National Historic Landmark Oliver H. Kelley Homestead, which were otherwise strongly associated with the Grange movement.

For one state, "in 1870, the Vermont State Grange was organized at the Union Schoolhouse in St. Johnsbury. By 1872 there were twelve subordinate granges throughout the State. Like earlyfarmers' clubs and societies, grange meetings were often held in public buildings dedicated to other uses such as schools, church vestries and town halls. It was not until the 1890s, a time when the Grange was becoming politically active for the first time and experiencing a rapid growth in membership, that local granges began to build their own buildings."[1]:40

in the United States

(by state then city or town)

Building Image Dates Location City, State Description
1 American River Grange Hall No. 172 American River Grange Hall No. 172.jpg 1882 built
1996 NRHP-listed

38°36′3″N 121°16′28″W / 38.60083°N 121.27444°W / 38.60083; -121.27444 (American River Grange Hall No. 172)
near Rancho Cordova, California Greek Revival architecture[2]
2 Pilot Hill Grange Hall No. 1 1889 built
? designated California Historic Landmark
On State Hwy 49 (P.M. 31.3), 0.2 mi N of Pilot Hill, California
38°50′38.12″N 121°0′53.94″W / 38.8439222°N 121.0149833°W / 38.8439222; -121.0149833 (Pilot Hill Grange Hall No. 1)
Cool, California First Grange Hall in California, established 1870, building built 1889. The site is California Historical Landmark number 552.[3]
3 Boulder Valley Grange No. 131 Boulder Valley Grange Number 131.JPG 1900 built
1987 NRHP-listed
3400 N. 95th St.
40°2′13″N 105°7′48″W / 40.03694°N 105.13000°W / 40.03694; -105.13000 (Boulder Valley Grange No. 1)
Lafayette, Colorado NRHP-listed[2]
4 Pike's Peak Grange No. 163 Pikes Peak Grange.JPG 1909 built
1990 NRHP-listed
3093 N. State Hwy 83
39°24′32″N 104°45′42″W / 39.40889°N 104.76167°W / 39.40889; -104.76167 (Pike's Peak Grange No. 163)
Franktown, Colorado Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements architecture, Vernacular wood frame[2]
5 Greenfield Hill Grange No. 133 1897 built
2008 NRHP-listed
1873 Hillside Rd.
41°11′3″N 73°17′38″W / 41.18417°N 73.29389°W / 41.18417; -73.29389 (Greenfield Hill Grange No. 133)
Fairfield, Connecticut Queen Anne architecture[2]
6 Grange Hall (Wilton, Connecticut) 1899 built Wilton, Connecticut Possibly included in Cannondale Historic District?
7 Elm Grange 1840 built
1985 NRHP-listed

39°29′56″N 75°38′56″W / 39.49889°N 75.64889°W / 39.49889; -75.64889 (Elm Grange)
near Odessa, Delaware Greek Revival architecture, Italianate architecture, Federal architecture[2]
8 Cochran Grange 1842 built
1973 NRHP-listed

39°26′35″N 75°44′11″W / 39.44306°N 75.73639°W / 39.44306; -75.73639 (Cochran Grange)
Middletown, Delaware Greek Revival architecture, Italianate architecture, Georgian architecture[2]
9 Wood River Center Grange No. 87 1914 built
2003 NRHP-listed

43°0′12″N 114°28′43″W / 43.00333°N 114.47861°W / 43.00333; -114.47861 (Wood River Center Grange No. 87)
in or near Shoshone, Idaho NRHP-listed[2]
10 Grange Hall (Murphysboro, Illinois) 1912 built
1990 NRHP-listed

37°49′10″N 89°19′19″W / 37.81944°N 89.32194°W / 37.81944; -89.32194 (Grange Hall (Murphysboro, Illinois))
Murphysboro, Illinois Early Commercial architecture[2]
11 Vinland Grange Hall Vinland Grange.JPG 1884 built
2000 NRHP-listed
Jct. of Oak and Main Sts.
38°50′21″N 95°10′56″W / 38.83917°N 95.18222°W / 38.83917; -95.18222 (Vinland Grange Hall)
Vinland, Kansas Gable front design[2]
12 Church Hill Grange Hall 1878 built
1975 NRHP-listed

36°47′58″N 87°34′28″W / 36.79944°N 87.57444°W / 36.79944; -87.57444 (Church Hill Grange Hall)
Hopkinsville, Kentucky NRHP-listed[2]
13 Benton Grange No. 458 1915 built
2004 NRHP-listed
Jct. of River Rd. and School Dr.
44°35′21″N 69°35′6″W / 44.58917°N 69.58500°W / 44.58917; -69.58500 (Benton Grange No. 458)
Benton, Maine Colonial Revival architecture[2]
14 Grange Hall (Eddington, Maine) CominsHallEddingtonMaine.JPG 1879 built
2004 NRHP-listed
Airline Rd., 0.4 mi W of junction of ME 46 S
44°47′32″N 68°35′11″W / 44.79222°N 68.58639°W / 44.79222; -68.58639 (Grange Hall (Eddington, Maine))
Eddington, Maine Italianate architecture; also known as East Eddington Public Hall or Comins Hall[2]
15 Garland Grange Hall 1891 built
1975 NRHP-listed
Off ME 94
45°2′27″N 69°9′38″W / 45.04083°N 69.16056°W / 45.04083; -69.16056 (Garland Grange Hall)
Garland, Maine Greek Revival architecture, Italianate architecture[2]
16 Lakeside Grange No. 63 1905 built
2005 NRHP-listed
Main St., jct. of Main St. and Lincoln St.
44°6′37″N 70°40′54″W / 44.11028°N 70.68167°W / 44.11028; -70.68167 (Lakeside Grange No. 63)
Harrison, Maine Colonial Revival architecture[2]
17 Lee Forest Grange 1840 built
1990 NRHP-listed
Main St. E of ME 168
45°21′36″N 68°17′10″W / 45.36000°N 68.28611°W / 45.36000; -68.28611 (Lee Forest Grange)
Lee, Maine Greek Revival; also known as "Abial Cushman Store"[2]
18 Tranquility Grange No. 344 1908 built
2002 NRHP-listed
1 mi. N. of jct. ME 52 and ME 173
44°18′21″N 69°5′52″W / 44.30583°N 69.09778°W / 44.30583; -69.09778 (Tranquility Grange No. 344)
Lincolnville Center, Maine Bungalow/Craftsman architecture[2]
19 Machias Valley Grange, No. 360, former, 1907 built
2007 NRHP-listed
3 Elm St.
44°42′47″N 67°27′27″W / 44.71306°N 67.45750°W / 44.71306; -67.45750 (Machias Valley Grange, No. 360)
Machias, Maine Queen Anne architecture[2]
20 Wonder Grange 1874 built
1977 NRHP-listed
Off ME 11
45°36′20″N 68°31′39″W / 45.60556°N 68.52750°W / 45.60556; -68.52750 (Wonder Grange)
Medway, Maine Also known as Congregational Church of Medway; NRHP-listed[2]
21 Monticello Grange No. 338 1922 built
2000 NRHP-listed
Main St., 0.7 mi. S of jct. with Muckatee Rd.
46°18′26″N 67°50′29″W / 46.30722°N 67.84139°W / 46.30722; -67.84139 (Monticello Grange No. 338)
Monticello, Maine Late Victorian architecture[2]
22 Somerset Grange No. 18 1866 built
1988 NRHP-listed
Jct. of Main St. and Mercer Rd.
44°42′48″N 69°47′55″W / 44.71333°N 69.79861°W / 44.71333; -69.79861 (Somerset Grange No. 18)
Norridgewock, Maine Second Empire architecture; also known as "Eaton School"[2]
23 Anson Grange No. 88 1849 built
2004 NRHP-listed
10 Elm St.
44°51′16″N 69°53′55″W / 44.85444°N 69.89861°W / 44.85444; -69.89861 (Anson Grange No. 88)
North Anson, Maine Greek Revival architecture[2]
24 North Jay Grange Store 1895 built
1974 NRHP-listed
ME 17
44°33′15″N 70°14′9″W / 44.55417°N 70.23583°W / 44.55417; -70.23583 (North Jay Grange Store)
North Jay, Maine NRHP-listed[2]
25 Oakfield Grange, No. 414 1906 built
2006 NRHP-listed
89 Ridge Rd.
46°5′54″N 68°9′5″W / 46.09833°N 68.15139°W / 46.09833; -68.15139 (Oakfield Grange, No. 414)
Oakfield, Maine Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture[2]
26 Enterprise Grange, No. 173 1884 built
2008 NRHP-listed
446 Dow Rd.
44°43′14″N 68°47′20″W / 44.72056°N 68.78889°W / 44.72056; -68.78889 (Enterprise Grange, No. 173)
Orrington, Maine Italianate architecture[2]
27 Upton Grange No. 404 (Former), 1899 built
2000 NRHP-listed
Jct. of ME 26 and Mill Rd.
44°41′40″N 71°0′43″W / 44.69444°N 71.01194°W / 44.69444; -71.01194 (Upton Grange No. 404 (Former))
Upton, Maine NRHP-listed[2]
28 Pleasant River Grange No. 492 1909 built
1999 NRHP-listed

44°4′33″N 68°50′20″W / 44.07583°N 68.83889°W / 44.07583; -68.83889 (Pleasant River Grange No. 492)
Vinalhaven, Maine vicinity NRHP-listed[2]
29 Dalton Grange Hall No. 23 1879 built
1983 NRHP-listed

42°27′38″N 73°10′58″W / 42.46056°N 73.18278°W / 42.46056; -73.18278 (Dalton Grange Hall No. 23)
Dalton, Massachusetts Late Victorian architecture, Other[2]
30 Foxboro Grange Hall Foxboro Grange 1897 built
1983 NRHP-listed

42°3′56″N 71°15′2″W / 42.06556°N 71.25056°W / 42.06556; -71.25056 (Foxboro Grange Hall)
Foxboro, Massachusetts Late Victorian architecture[2]
31 Guiding Star Grange  ? built

Greenfield, Massachusetts First grange organized in Massachusetts, in 1873
32 Third Meetinghouse Third Meetinghouse 1816 built
1976 NRHP-listed
1 Fairhaven Rd.
41°39′43″N 70°49′13″W / 41.66194°N 70.82028°W / 41.66194; -70.82028 (Third Meetinghouse)
Mattapoisett, Massachusetts Italianate architecture[2]
33 Norfolk Grange Hall Norfolk Grange Hall, MA.jpg 1863 built
1989 NRHP-listed
28 Rockwood Rd.
42°7′20″N 71°19′58″W / 42.12222°N 71.33278°W / 42.12222; -71.33278 (Norfolk Grange Hall)
Norfolk, Massachusetts Italianate architecture, Georgian architecture[2] Was built as a Baptist church; is still used as a Grange Hall now.
34 West Stockbridge Grange No. 246 West Stockbridge Grange No. 246 1838 built
1999 NRHP-listed

42°20′9″N 73°22′7″W / 42.33583°N 73.36861°W / 42.33583; -73.36861 (West Stockbridge Grange No. 246)
West Stockbridge, Massachusetts Greek Revival architecture[2]
35 Grange Hall (West Tisbury, Massachusetts) Grange Hall, West Tisbury MA.jpg 1859 built

41°22′48.89″N 70°40′31.01″W / 41.3802472°N 70.6752806°W / 41.3802472; -70.6752806 (Grange Hall (West Tisbury, Massachusetts))
West Tisbury, Massachusetts A historic building preserved by the Martha's Vineyard Preservation Trust[4]
36 Atlas Grange Hall  ? built
1982 NRHP-listed
8530 Perry Rd.
42°58′5″N 83°33′13″W / 42.96806°N 83.55361°W / 42.96806; -83.55361 (Atlas Grange Hall)
Atlas, Michigan "New-England" architecture; NRHP-listed[2]
37 Minnehaha Grange Hall Minnehaha Grange 1879 built
1970 NRHP-listed
Eden Ave. at Hwy. 100
44°54′38.77″N 93°20′58.6″W / 44.9107694°N 93.349611°W / 44.9107694; -93.349611 (Minnehaha Grange Hall)
Edina, Minnesota NRHP-listed[2]
38 Oliver H. Kelley Homestead Oliver Kelley Homestead 1850 built
1964 NHL
1966 NRHP-listed
2.5 mi. SE of downtown Elk River, Minnesota on U.S. Highway 10
45°15′35″N 93°32′12″W / 45.25972°N 93.53667°W / 45.25972; -93.53667 (Oliver H. Kelley Homestead)
Elk River, Minnesota U.S. National Historic Landmark. Home of one of the Grange founders.
39 Bear Valley Grange Hall Bear Valley Grange Hall 1874 built
1989 NRHP-listed

44°18′51″N 92°27′56″W / 44.31417°N 92.46556°W / 44.31417; -92.46556 (Bear Valley Grange Hall)
in or near Zumbro Falls, Minnesota Front gabled[2]
40 Crescent Grange Hall No. 512 2013-0326-CrescentGrangeHall.jpg 1881 built
1979 NRHP-listed

45°23′0″N 93°5′58″W / 45.38333°N 93.09944°W / 45.38333; -93.09944 (Crescent Grange Hall No. 512)
East Bethel, Minnesota NRHP-listed[2]
41 Rackett Grange Hall No. 318 Rackett Grange Hall 2.jpg 1926 built
2001 NRHP-listed

41°39′53″N 102°12′16″W / 41.66472°N 102.20444°W / 41.66472; -102.20444 (Rackett Grange Hall No. 318)
Lewellen, Nebraska NRHP-listed[2]
42 Blow-Me-Down Grange 1839 built
2001 NRHP-listed
1071 NH 12-A
43°32′1″N 72°21′24″W / 43.53361°N 72.35667°W / 43.53361; -72.35667 (Blow-Me-Down Grange)
Plainfield, New Hampshire Greek Revival architecture[2]
43 Golden Rod Grange No. 114 Golden Rod Grange No 114, Swanzey NH.jpg  ? built
1994 NRHP-listed
W side NH 32, 0.1 mi. S of jct. with Eaton Rd.
42°52′20″N 72°16′57″W / 42.87222°N 72.28250°W / 42.87222; -72.28250 (Golden Rod Grange No. 114)
Swanzey, New Hampshire NRHP-listed[2]
44 Grasmere Schoolhouse No. 9 and Town Hall GoffstownNH GrasmereTownHall.jpg 1889 built
1900 NRHP-listed

43°1′19″N 71°32′42″W / 43.02194°N 71.54500°W / 43.02194; -71.54500 (Grasmere Grange Hall / Merri-Loo Community Pre-school, 86 Center Street, Goffstown, NH 03045-2917)
86 Center Street
Goffstown, NH 03045-2917
in Goffstown, New Hampshire AKA Grasmere Grange Hall; in village of Grasmere
45 Andy's Summer Playhouse Andys Summer Playhouse.jpg 1860 built

42°49′52″N 71°46′35″W / 42.83111°N 71.77639°W / 42.83111; -71.77639 (Andy's Summer Playhouse)
582 Isaac Frye Hwy
Wilton, NH 03086
Wilton, New Hampshire Building in use as Grange Hall from 1925-1967; Italianate architecture[5]
46 Cold Spring Grange Hall Old Grange 1912 built
1998 NRHP-listed
720 Seahore Road
38°58′39″N 74°54′48″W / 38.97750°N 74.91333°W / 38.97750; -74.91333 (Cold Spring Grange Hall)
Lower Township, New Jersey Colonial Revival architecture[2]
47 Belmont Grange No. 1243 Belmont Grange No- 1243 2012-09-29 21-49-07.jpg 1860 built
2006 NRHP-listed
32 Willets Ave.
42°13′30″N 78°2′25″W / 42.22500°N 78.04028°W / 42.22500; -78.04028 (Belmont Grange No. 1243)
Belmont, New York Italianate architecture, Queen Anne architecture[2]
48 South Bristol Grange Hall 1107 1923 built
1997 NRHP-listed
6457 NY 64
42°42′28″N 77°22′50″W / 42.70778°N 77.38056°W / 42.70778; -77.38056 (South Bristol Grange Hall 1107)
Bristol Springs, New York Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements architecture, vernacular[2]
49 Chaumont Grange Hall and Dairymen's League Building 1898 built
1990 NRHP-listed
Main St.
44°3′55″N 76°7′44″W / 44.06528°N 76.12889°W / 44.06528; -76.12889 (Chaumont Grange Hall and Dairymen's League Building)
Chaumont, New York NRHP-listed[2]
50 Copake Grange Hall 1902 built
2001 NRHP-listed
Empire Rd., S of Old Rte 22
42°6′9″N 73°33′1″W / 42.10250°N 73.55028°W / 42.10250; -73.55028 (Copake Grange Hall)
Copake, New York NRHP-listed[2]
51 Mountainville Grange Hall Mountainville Grange Hall 1904 built
1996 NRHP-listed

41°24′1″N 74°4′46″W / 41.40028°N 74.07944°W / 41.40028; -74.07944 (Mountainville Grange Hall)
Cornwall, New York Colonial Revival architecture[2]
52 Fly Creek Grange No. 844 1899 built
2004 NRHP-listed
208 Cemetery Rd.
42°43′0″N 74°59′2″W / 42.71667°N 74.98389°W / 42.71667; -74.98389 (Fly Creek Grange No. 844)
Fly Creek, New York NRHP-listed[2]
53 Gifford Grange Hall 1866 built
1982 NRHP-listed
Western Tpk.
42°44′23″N 74°0′54″W / 42.73972°N 74.01500°W / 42.73972; -74.01500 (Gifford Grange Hall)
Guilderland, New York NRHP-listed[2]
54 Halcott Grange No. 881 1889 built
2000 NRHP-listed
Cty Rte. 3
42°11′27″N 74°29′10″W / 42.19083°N 74.48611°W / 42.19083; -74.48611 (Halcott Grange No. 881)
Halcott, New York Queen Anne architecture[2]
55 Star Grange No. 9 1931 built
1989 NRHP-listed
Sulphur Springs Rd. between Jericho and Spencer Rds.
43°55′38″N 76°1′40″W / 43.92722°N 76.02778°W / 43.92722; -76.02778 (Star Grange No. 9)
Hounsfield, New York NRHP-listed[2]
56 Thousand Island Grange Hall 1900 built
1996 NRHP-listed
E side of Gore Rd., N of jct. with NY 180, Hamlet of Omar
44°15′40″N 75°58′20″W / 44.26111°N 75.97222°W / 44.26111; -75.97222 (Thousand Island Grange Hall)
Orleans, New York NRHP-listed[2]
57 Pleasant Valley Grange Hall 1830 built
1999 NRHP-listed

42°55′2″N 75°26′25″W / 42.91722°N 75.44028°W / 42.91722; -75.44028 (Pleasant Valley Grange Hall)
Pleasant Valley, New York Greek Revival architecture[2]
58 Salisbury Center Grange Hall Salisbury Center Grange Hall Jan 11.jpg 1929 built
1999 NRHP-listed
2550 NY 29
43°8′32″N 74°47′18″W / 43.14222°N 74.78833°W / 43.14222; -74.78833 (Salisbury Center Grange Hall)
Salisbury Center, New York NRHP-listed[2]
59 Bethlehem Grange No. 137 1921 built
2002 NRHP-listed
24 Bridge St.
42°32′54″N 73°48′38″W / 42.54833°N 73.81056°W / 42.54833; -73.81056 (Bethlehem Grange No. 137)
Selkirk, New York NRHP-listed[2]
60 Borodino Hall Borodino Hall c. 1835 built
2006 NRHP-listed
1861 East Lake Road
42°51′31″N 76°20′20″W / 42.85861°N 76.33889°W / 42.85861; -76.33889 (Borodino Hall)
Skaneateles, New York Federal architecture[2]
61 Niskayuna Grange Hall No. 1542 c. 1850 built
2010 NRHP-listed
2572 Rosendale Rd.
42°47′46″N 73°51′31″W / 42.79611°N 73.85861°W / 42.79611; -73.85861 (Rosendale Common School)
Niskayuna, New York Built as a schoolhouse and used as Grange sice 1948[6]
62 Smithville Valley Grange No. 1397 1842 built
1998 NRHP-listed
NY 41
42°23′57″N 75°48′33″W / 42.39917°N 75.80917°W / 42.39917; -75.80917 (Smithville Valley Grange No. 1397)
Smithville Flats, New York Greek Revival architecture[2]
63 Walton Grange No. 1454-Former Armory 1454 Grange Walton NY.JPG 1886 built
1998 NRHP-listed
57 Stockton Ave.
42°9′56″N 75°7′50″W / 42.16556°N 75.13056°W / 42.16556; -75.13056 (Walton Grange No. 1454-Former Armory)
Walton, New York It was formerly the Walton Armory.[2]
64 Hebron Valley Grange No. 1103 1839 built
2006 NRHP-listed
3185 Cty Rte 30
43°13′50″N 73°22′34″W / 43.23056°N 73.37611°W / 43.23056; -73.37611 (Hebron Valley Grange No. 1103)
West Hebron, New York Greek Revival architecture[2]
65 Corriher Grange Hall 1916 built
1982 NRHP-listed

35°36′4″N 80°41′43″W / 35.60111°N 80.69528°W / 35.60111; -80.69528 (Corriher Grange Hall)
near Five Points, North Carolina It has served also as a school.[2]
66 Scioto Grange No. 1234  ? built
2005 NRHP-listed
255 Cove Rd.
39°0′49″N 82°44′52″W / 39.01361°N 82.74778°W / 39.01361; -82.74778 (Scioto Grange No. 1234)
Jackson, Ohio The building has served as a meeting hall, as a school, and as a specialty store.[2]
67 Griggs Grange No. 1467 1897 built
1995 NRHP-listed

41°47′19″N 80°42′47″W / 41.78861°N 80.71306°W / 41.78861; -80.71306 (Griggs Grange No. 1467)
near Jefferson, Ohio NRHP-listed[2]
68 Willakenzie Grange Hall Willakenzie Grange (Eugene, Oregon).jpg 1913 built
2009 NRHP-listed
3055 Willakenzie Rd.
44°4′54.51″N 123°3′47.27″W / 44.0818083°N 123.0631306°W / 44.0818083; -123.0631306 (Willakenzie Grange Hall)
Eugene, Oregon Bungalow/Craftsman architecture[2]
69 Rogue River Valley Grange No. 469 1923 built
1992 NRHP-listed
2064 Upper River Rd.
42°26′26″N 123°21′4″W / 42.44056°N 123.35111°W / 42.44056; -123.35111 (Rogue River Valley Grange No. 469)
Grants Pass, Oregon Bungalow/Craftsman architecture[2]
70 Lowell Grange Lowell Grange (Lowell, Oregon).jpg 1940 built
2005 NRHP-listed
51 E 2nd St.
43°55′17″N 122°46′54″W / 43.92139°N 122.78167°W / 43.92139; -122.78167 (Lowell Grange)
Lowell, Oregon Bungalow/Craftsman architecture; has also served as a school[2]
71 Eagle Grange No. 1 Eagle Grange No. 1 1877 built
41°10′44″N 76°54′40″W / 41.17889°N 76.91111°W / 41.17889; -76.91111 (Eagle Grange No. 1)
Clinton Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania The grange hall was built in 1887.[7]
72 Union Grange Hall Slatersville Grange.jpg 1897 built
1973 cp-NRHP-listed

Slatersville, Rhode Island Built in 1897 as a chapel for the St. Luke's Episcopal Mission; included in the Slatersville Historic District
73 Donalds Grange No. 497 Donalds Grange No 497.jpg 1935 built
1995 NRHP-listed
South Carolina Highway 184
34°22′6″N 82°21′7″W / 34.36833°N 82.35194°W / 34.36833; -82.35194 (Donalds Grange No. 497)
Donalds, South Carolina NRHP-listed[2]
74 Great Falls Grange Hall and Forestville School 1889 built
2004 NRHP-listed
9812 and 9818 Georgetown Pike
38°59′58″N 77°17′10″W / 38.99944°N 77.28611°W / 38.99944; -77.28611 (Great Falls Grange Hall and Forestville School)
Great Falls, Virginia Bungalow/Craftsman architecture, Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture[2]
75 La Prairie Grange Hall No. 79 1874 built
1977 NRHP-listed

42°37′37″N 88°57′12″W / 42.62694°N 88.95333°W / 42.62694; -88.95333 (LaPrairie Grange Hall No. 79)
near La Prairie, Wisconsin Italianate architecture;[2] also serves as town hall


References[edit]

  1. ^ Vermont Division for Historic Preservation: Suzanne Jamele and Elsa Gilbertson (based on 1989 work by Susannah Zirblis) (August 1991). "Agricultural Resources of Vermont MPS". National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Documentation. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13. 
  3. ^ "California Historical Landmarks: El Dorado County". California Office of Historic Preservation. 
  4. ^ "The Grange Hall, West Tisbury". Martha's Vineyard Preservation Trust. 
  5. ^ Clark, Charles E. (1 October 1998). The Meetinghouse Tragedy: An Episode in the Life of a New England Town. ISBN 978-0874518726. 
  6. ^ "National Register of Historic Places". WEEKLY LIST OF ACTIONS TAKEN ON PROPERTIES: 7/19/10 THROUGH 7/23/10. National Park Service. 2010-07-30. 
  7. ^ "Eagle Grange No. 1". Explore Pennsylvania History. Retrieved 2007-04-03. 

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