Living History in a Maryland Farmhouse In Maryland, a state program allows people who restore historic state-owned properties to live in them for free — including the 19th-century farmhouse occupied by Hannah Gonzalez.
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Living History in a Maryland Farmhouse

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Living History in a Maryland Farmhouse

Living History in a Maryland Farmhouse

Living History in a Maryland Farmhouse

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In Maryland, a state program allows people who restore historic state-owned properties to live in them for free — including the 19th-century farmhouse occupied by Hannah Gonzalez. Manager Bruce Alexander tells Liane Hansen about the curatorship program.