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Orange Factory Village, House No. 10, Old Orange Factory Road (State Route 1628), Durham, Durham County, NC

Orange Factory Village, House No. 10, Old Orange Factory Road (State Route 1628), Durham, Durham County, NC

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Significance: The Orange Factory houses, dating from the 1860s were built to accommodate employees of one of the earliest cotton mills in North Carolina. They assume historical significance as components of the mill complex and as the former nucleus of a company village.
Survey number: HABS NC-9-E
Building/structure dates: after. 1850- before. 1870 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1984 Demolished



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Mid-Atlantic Archaeological Resources, Inc., contractor
Zotter, K D, photographer
Liggett, Annette, historian




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