Kings Mountain State Park
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Kings Mountain Living History Farm is a reproduction of a yeoman farmer’s farm from the 1850s.  It is typical of the type of farm that would have been found in the Upcountry of South Carolina during this period.  The house was originally located in the McConnells/Bullock Creek area. It was built about 1750 and is the only building from the period.  It was moved to the Kings Mountain park in the early 1970s. The farm is made up of the house, outbuildings (privy), smokehouse, chicken coop, weave house, corn crib, carpenter’s shop, gin house, and barn.