This post continues with details and photographs from our visit in June to the Genesee Country Village and Museum.
As I mentioned in an earlier blog post, the Historic Village spans three time periods — Pioneer Settlement, Antebellum Village and Turn of the Century. In today’s blog post a short walk will take us through all three of these time periods.
The Hyde House is located in the Turn of the Century portion of the Historic Village.
The George Eastman Boyhood Home is located in the Antebellum Village portion of the Historic Village. George Eastman was the founder of Eastman Kodak Company. He lived in this house during his early youth.
The Silver Base Ball Park, which we visited in Wednesday’s blog post, is located behind Hyde House and the George Eastman Boyhood Home.
Jones Farm is located in the Antebellum Village portion of the Historic Village.
The Shaker Trustees’ Building is located in the Pioneer Settlement portion of the Historic Village.
We will continue exploration of the Pioneer Settlement in my next blog post about the Genesee Country Village and Museum.