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Farmer’s Market

The civil war ended in 1865. The town had been partially destroyed and many had no where to return to when they came home. A barn was quickly raised and became a shelter, offering refuge to all who had lost everything.
Goods were traded out front; southern hospitality at it's finest reigned at this time. When the barn was no longer needed for housing, it was already known as the place to trade goods. Farmers still brought their produce, merchants sold their wares, and people gathered for the latest gossip.
Today the farmer's market still is a place to buy off the farm goods, merchants to set up stalls, and for people to find out the latest rumors in town. Every Saturday, the farmer's market hosts a Saturday's Market offering various goods, hard to find items, and a chance to neighbors to gather.

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