The rural US is populated with more than a million farms, and some of these farms feature historic architecture. Farms along the east coast of the country have been around since before the United States became the United States. Most but not all farm architecture is built from wood and it ranges in uses from storage to barns for raising animals, houses for the owners and workers, and all manner of sheds, garages, and corn cribs.
After seeing a month or more of non-photographic submissions, I would like to add that photography is preferred, and if not a photograph, then a piece of art which is representational and doesn't have something like turtles floating in the sky.
The structures have to be historic in nature and not something like a quaint outhouse. I'm fairly certain that are no historic outhouses, not even in the Smokies