Historic Graham-Brush House dated

The Little Nine Partners Historical Society recently unveiled the details of its latest project in dating the Graham-Brush House through dendrochronology. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

PINE PLAINS — As part of its latest project, the Little Nine Partners Historical Society (LNPHS) has been working to officially date the Graham-Brush House. The group spoke about its efforts on Saturday, June 3, at the newly opened Town Grange.

Prior to the presentation, members of the Little Nine Partners Historical Society opened the Graham-Brush House for tours. As they walked across the wooden floorboards of the log house, visitors learned its history, thanks to LNPHS board member Bill Hedges.

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