Top 10 similar words or synonyms for corncrib

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for corncrib

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David Stewart Farm sandstone spring house with workshop above, corncrib, washhouse, and old barn.
Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate His Chickasaw middle name, "Impichchaachaaha’", means “high corncrib.” It is his inherited traditional Chickasaw house name, traditionally used in a manner similar to a European-American surname. A corncrib is a small hut used for the storage of corn and other vegetables. In traditional Chickasaw culture, the corncrib was built high off of the ground on stilts to keep its contents safe from foraging animals.
Corn crib A corn crib or corncrib is a type of granary used to dry and store corn. It may also be known as a cornhouse or corn house.
Thomas Ranck Round Barn The main level has an earth floor. Divided by wood partitions, the floor serves as a storage area for equipment and supplies. On this level is a one-story wooden corncrib. Two grain bins, are located in the center.
Waukee United Methodist Church All the stained glass windows are now located in the sanctuary of the current church. However, the four windows donated in 1900 were stored in a corncrib for 16 years by a church trustee until a renovation in 1995.
Stone Mountain State Park The mid-19th century Hutchinson Homestead includes a log cabin, barn, blacksmith shop, corncrib, meat house, and original furnishings. The Homestead is open Thursday through Sunday from March – October. The grounds can be visited year round.
Huck's Defeat Huck then proceeded a quarter of a mile southeast of Bratton's plantation to the neighboring house of an elderly Whig named James Williamson, where he and his approximately 115 men made camp for the night. The five prisoners were secured in a corncrib to await execution.
Fawcett Publications "Captain Billy's Whiz Bang" is immortalized in the lyrics to the song "Trouble" from Meredith Willson's "The Music Man" (1957): "Is there a nicotine stain on his index finger? A dime novel hidden in the corncrib? Is he starting to memorize jokes from "Captain Billy's Whiz Bang"?"
Sannick Family Farm Sannick Family Farm is a national historic district and historic family farm located at South Oxford in Chenango County, New York. The district includes four contributing buildings, one contributing site, and two contributing structures. They include the farmhouse, corncrib / granary, bank barn, silo, and milk house.
Seaman Farm Seaman Farm was a historic home and farm complex located at Dix Hills in Suffolk County, New York. The main dwelling was built about 1805 and is a -story, shingled dwelling with a saltbox profile. It has a five-bay, center entrance main facade. Also on the property are two barns, a corncrib, three sheds, and a well structure.