Bryan House - Farms of Gettysburg
Detailed building kit for 28mm figures (1:56 scale)
Laser cut 1.6mm and 3mm HDF
Laser engraved details
Easily accessible interior with detailing
Includes 3D-printed resin water pump
Kit supplied unassembled and unpainted
L 5-1/4” x W 4-1/2” x H 4-3/4” / 135mm x 110mm x 115mm
Detailed instructions are available for download at www.thingsfromthebasement.com!
It was the home to Abraham Brian (often spelled Bryan). He was an African American widower with five children. Brian bought the farm in 1857 when he married his third wife, Elizabeth. The twelve-acre farm grew wheat, barley, and hay. It also had had a small apple and peach orchard.
The small farmhouse with two rooms and a loft became the headquarters of General Alexander Hays' Division of the Union 2nd Army Corps. It was on the front lines during the fighting on July 2nd and 3rd.