Note the elevation off the ground and the front porch.
Interior and some typical furnishings of the 1800s. You can tell by the furniture and rugs that the owners were better off than most of the Crackers who were barely making it during that period.
Outside kitchen next to the main house.
This preserved Cracker House serves as the home for the Winchester Symphony in Eau Gallie. It was built in 1886.
Clear view of the other structures that made up the Cracker homestead. Some of these were the outhouse, the kitchen, a smoke house, and a corncrib.
Drawing by artist Frederic Remington of a Cow Hunter primitive multi use barn. Used for cattle, hogs, and horses.
Smoke house with an overhang for farming tools.
This looks like a corncrib, however it has been modified and the open spaces between slats have been filled. Corncribs must have spacing in between slats to allow the air to dry the corn.
Good view of the "dog trot"
Split rail fence
House and outside kitchen.
Sugar cane syrup boiling kettle
Sugar cane grinder for extracting juice to be used for making syrup.