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Round barns, thought to be more efficient when feeding livestock, peppered Fulton County at the turn of the 20th century. Located in the county, Lake Manitou’s popularity began with summer tourists coming to the area for its cottages, water sports and large amusement park.
This sculpture depicts a round bronze barn. At the barn’s peak, a sailboat serves as a weather vane. paying tribute to the water sports and other recreations enjoyed in this area. Mimicking the appearance of an aged
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