Michigan has several old historic barns and a few of them are constructed with stone. This old barn northwest of Manchester has to be one of Michigan’s most unique barns. It was constructed in 1853 by Michael Porter. He came to the area in 1834 and served as the district supervisor for a few years. The house he constructed burned down but this unique cobblestone barn constructed with hand-split fieldstone and trimmed with brick still stands as a reminder to the pioneers that came before us.
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