The Granger Homestead Project

In response to the Great Depression, a Federal housing program was created in 1933 that aimed to improve the living conditions of people, while simultaneously giving them a new opportunity to experience small-scale farming and home ownership.

The first family to move into Granger Homestead was Sesto Fiori, his wife Elizabeth, and 8 of their 12 children.  Read more.                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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