Austin Williams Carriage House
Cynthia Cooper, Peg Yung, Eunice Heinlein, Betty Kelly
Was the location of the primary home for the Amistad Africans during their stay in Farmington. Austin F. Williams, a leading abolitionist in town, had a building constructed as a residence for the Africans. Shortly after this, he built his own home and later converted the first structure to a carriage house. The property is privately owned and not open to the public.