This stone barn, located next to the Johnson Hall mansion, was built by Sir William Johnson, largest single landowner and most influential individual in the settlement of the Mohawk Valley and veteran of the French and Indian War. Construction began on the house in 1763, and Johnson died here in 1774. It was seized as Loyalist property in 1779 and sold at auction. It passed from private ownership into state hands in 1906, and is now a State Historic Site. This image was created to record the historic site activities of the New York State Conservation Department.
New York State Archives, New York (State). Conservation Dept. Photographic prints and negatives, [ca. 1904-1949], 14297-87_3702.
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