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By .RLING three buildings were located on the property in 1784 Steinbach reat old says, and the build ey are by now reconstruct the is- northernmost o The hi
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now in the process ruct- that, rs. es ing small in findi o erty mm fae- s. Puente to fat Ja2 Jesse com n Fish describes project a s s of that lotte an ve time.
viewers an idea of how early When St. Augustine was made carpentry Work was accom- an E possession, propertyplished ownig Spaniards had a eciThe stre described by fied time n-hich to seteir
rest 0 a gist and land. original ow -had restorati and la Ai construction superinte Rob- to it, or it go ert Steinbach as -build- t Stays. ing," was "used fo eryhin y, isP h and anything-j on a farm today to The 12 b is The fo, any being built cut proper a but with broad a "No acted as agen power tools d," iards. Steinbach
change the c a- In 1771, the property was listed terial that ished as belonging to Alexander Skinproduct will le,x- ner, and 11 years late, it came plains Steinb I show into the hands of David Morran. craftsmanship. He later sold sobu
hillh e a dirt not Rocque No. 6k tiach the whole say furth f theMrs. iles have i at
bogive h td one of ng o see on 68 to a bla
exa was In 1784, t S constructed, e restoration possess f
archaeologist explains. It will be Steinbach contain orran the frs g in the retora- returned to England, leaing his tion exw c h this' ons wife to take charge of the Hora property sell it if she could. oversee b Evid she was sucHorac se cerhae cn.
Shlgart has ill c copensat m the rk Steinbach ith town, and
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e strture is plet- ting. The Sabt the orfou eks,a house wi
as a bui and a lar iMrs. Wies' researc h ely vealed.
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a pr histor 1 d sh the pr s the Ro of fed as
Dori s of the Augustine Histo Society shows that
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