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Call To Save Wainscott ‘Little House’ Before It’s Replaced By A Big House

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'The Little House' was home to migrant workers and farmhands in Wainscott for a century. It will be demolished in May by developers if it is not relocated to a new property.

'The Little House' was home to migrant workers and farmhands in Wainscott for a century. It will be demolished in May by developers if it is not relocated to a new property.

'The Little House' was home to migrant workers and farmhands in Wainscott for a century. It will be demolished in May by developers if it is not relocated to a new property.

'The Little House' was home to migrant workers and farmhands in Wainscott for a century. It will be demolished in May by developers if it is not relocated to a new property.

'The Little House' was home to migrant workers and farmhands in Wainscott for a century. It will be demolished in May by developers if it is not relocated to a new property.

'The Little House' was home to migrant workers and farmhands in Wainscott for a century. It will be demolished in May by developers if it is not relocated to a new property.

'The Little House' was home to migrant workers and farmhands in Wainscott for a century. It will be demolished in May by developers if it is not relocated to a new property.

'The Little House' was home to migrant workers and farmhands in Wainscott for a century. It will be demolished in May by developers if it is not relocated to a new property.

authorMichael Wright on Apr 5, 2021
For the better part of a century, the migrant farm workers who came up from the South to work for the Strong family’s rolling acres of fields during the growing... more

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