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Siblings Share Family Centennial Farm Honors
Just north of Stewardson-Strasburg High School stands a barn on which the school’s senior class is recognized.
That tradition was started in 1963 by a man living on his grandfather’s homestead.
Furr Land Yields 3 Centennial Farms
When one Shelby County man willed his property to his grandchildren, little did he know some of the tracts would be later recognized as centennial farms.
Civil War Veteran Stakes Claim to Future Centennial Farm
A young Civil War veteran returns to Shelby County Illinois and purchases 50 acres of land near current day Clarksburg. On that land the veteran raises his family while increasing the size of his farm.
Gallagher Farm One of First Recognized as Centennial Farm in Shelby County
One of the first farms recognized in the beginnings of the Illinois Department of Agriculture Centennial Farms program is the Gallagher farm in southern Shelby County.
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