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Geneva’s Stories: John Johnston and Drain Tile

March 31st, 2017

3 responses to “Geneva’s Stories: John Johnston and Drain Tile”

  1. Galen Randall says:

    Hi. I came across your video writing a class report about the effects of farming on coastal environments for a Marine Environmental History Course and reading some with phosphates and nitrogen additives; which I noticed some various types of drainage tile used there with the agriculture fields as pipe-drain; is there some sort of publication which refers to the different variety by year; where can I get some comparison for them; are they all from use there with the farm? Thanks.

    1. Anne Dealy says:

      I will have our curator get in touch with you to see if we have any information for you.

  2. Jennifer Caldwell says:

    Hi, I have some “old”? six sided clay drain pipes, about 1 foot in length. I have 13 of them. They have about a 5″ outside diameter, with a smooth circle inside diameter. If they are of any interest to the Tile Museum, you can have them. I will be traveling through Geneva, next Saturday, July 1, 2023. Thanks

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