Living the Java Jive: Coffee Mill Row houses

Life in a coffee mill Housing was at a premium in early Goodland. When settlers, many of them railroad workers, flooded in, they needed housing. Local carpenters built what they knew, simple four-room, 24-by-24-foot square houses with a chimney rising from the center of the roof. The rooms were kitchen, living room and two bedrooms. … Continue reading Living the Java Jive: Coffee Mill Row houses