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Worker's House, 1724 North Jefferson Street, Nashville, Davidson County, TN

Worker's House, 1724 North Jefferson Street, Nashville, Davidson County, TN



Significance: This one-story brick building is a surviving example of the working-class houses built in Nashville during the period 1865-1900 - the modest small structure so difficult to preserve, the first to disappear with city growth and the onrush of time.
Survey number: HABS TN-26
Building/structure dates: ca. 1870 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


Nashville (Tenn.)36.16991, -86.80587
Google Map of 36.169908, -86.80587100000001


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