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Topic: greek revival architectural elements

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Christopher Arnold House, 7 Arnold Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Christopher Arnold House, 7 Arnold Street, Providence, Providence Coun...

Significance: This is a typical example of the small frame houses with a center chimney type plan built in Providence at the end of the eighteenth century. The Greek Revival porch and mantels were added later. ... more

Trapnall Hall, 423 East Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, Pulaski County, AR

Trapnall Hall, 423 East Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, Pulaski County, A...

Survey number: HABS AR-19 Building/structure dates: 1843 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 73000389

Thomas P. Ives Block, 270-276 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Thomas P. Ives Block, 270-276 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence C...

Significance: This is a block of four, brick row houses, built between 1814-19, a rather unusual type of building for Providence at this time. Survey number: HABS RI-158 Building/structure dates: after 1810 I... more

Warren Ladies Seminary, Warren, Bristol County, RI

Warren Ladies Seminary, Warren, Bristol County, RI

Significance: The Ladies Seminary was built in 1834 and enlarged in 1855. It burned in 1857. Survey number: HABS RI-267 Building/structure dates: ca. 1834 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1855 ... more

Barrington Hall, 535 Barrington Drive, Roswell, Fulton County, GA

Barrington Hall, 535 Barrington Drive, Roswell, Fulton County, GA

Survey number: HABS GA-1105 Building/structure dates: 1842 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 71000275

Captain Holbrook House, 383 South Main Street, Woonsocket, Providence County, RI

Captain Holbrook House, 383 South Main Street, Woonsocket, Providence ...

Survey number: HABS RI-295 Building/structure dates: ca. 1840 Initial Construction

Tanglewood, off Alabama 23, Akron, Hale County, AL

Tanglewood, off Alabama 23, Akron, Hale County, AL

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-69 Survey number: HABS AL-177 Building/structure dates: 1859 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 73000346

Westminster Congregational Church, 119 Mathewson Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Westminster Congregational Church, 119 Mathewson Street, Providence, P...

Survey number: HABS RI-290 Building/structure dates: 1829 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1902 Subsequent Work

First Christian Church Property (House), 207 Franklin Street, Selma, Dallas County, AL

First Christian Church Property (House), 207 Franklin Street, Selma, D...

Survey number: HABS AL-710 Building/structure dates: ca. 1830 Initial Construction

Lapham Institute, Seminary Lane, North Scituate, Providence County, RI

Lapham Institute, Seminary Lane, North Scituate, Providence County, RI

Significance: Designed by architect Russell Warren for the Rhode Island Association of Free Will Baptists, the institute opened in 1840 as a school with a curriculum grounded in literature and science. It accep... more

Main Street Area Survey, Troubadour Theatre, North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Main Street Area Survey, Troubadour Theatre, North Main Street, Lexing...

Significance: Integral part of Lexington's historic Main Street. Originally built for a lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, all or part of the building served as a community meeting place until the ... more

Main Street Area Survey, Jacob M. Ruff House, 21 North Main Street, Lexington, Lexington, VA

Main Street Area Survey, Jacob M. Ruff House, 21 North Main Street, Le...

Significance: Integral part of Lexington's historic Main Street. Served as living space for the John Ruff family and as a showroom for the hats produced in the family's hat factory next door. In 1850, the hou... more

Second Presbyterian Church, 71 Van Buren Street, Lockport, Niagara County, NY

Second Presbyterian Church, 71 Van Buren Street, Lockport, Niagara Cou...

Significance: Oldest church in Lockport, and in the simple Greek Revival style that is common in the area. Survey number: HABS NY-6099 Building/structure dates: 1838 Initial Construction

Concord, 8000 Walker Mill Road, Ritchie, Prince George's County, MD

Concord, 8000 Walker Mill Road, Ritchie, Prince George's County, MD

Survey number: HABS MD-656 Building/structure dates: ca. 1975 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1865 Subsequent Work National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 82004681

Peter W. Snow House, 104 Benevolent Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Peter W. Snow House, 104 Benevolent Street, Providence, Providence Cou...

Significance: This is a two-and-a-half-story, five-bay, frame house, probably built in 1830, with characteristic Greek Revival features. Survey number: HABS RI-188 Building/structure dates: ca. 1830 Initial C... more

Providence Athenaeum, 251 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Providence Athenaeum, 251 Benefit Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This building, which has housed the Providence Athenaeum since its completion in 1838, was designed by William Strickland. Agnes Addison Gilchrist, "William Strickland, Architect and Engineer, 17... more

Dr. William J. King House, 48 College Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Dr. William J. King House, 48 College Street, Providence, Providence C...

Significance: This is a large wood house built in the 1840's, representative of the Greek Revival influence on houses in the College Hill area. Survey number: HABS RI-200 Building/structure dates: 1847 Initia... more

Staatsburgh, Old Post Road, Staatsburg, Dutchess County, NY

Staatsburgh, Old Post Road, Staatsburg, Dutchess County, NY

Survey number: HABS NY-6387 Building/structure dates: 1895 Initial Construction

Bond House, 143 Ontario Street, Lockport, Niagara County, NY

Bond House, 143 Ontario Street, Lockport, Niagara County, NY

Significance: Once owned by Col. William M. Bond after whom Lockport Street was named. Good Greek Revival details employed in the house as was common in the area. Survey number: HABS NY-6090 Building/structur... more

Norman Stewart House, 707 East Franklin Street, Richmond, Independent City, VA

Norman Stewart House, 707 East Franklin Street, Richmond, Independent ...

Survey number: HABS VA-895 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 72001527

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison Coun...

Survey number: HABS AL-437 Building/structure dates: 1835- 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1914 Demolished

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Significance: The Swedenborgian Church of Bath has used this wooden one-and-a-half story Greek Revival temple continuously throughout its history. Survey number: HABS ME-151 Building/structure dates: 1843 In... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette ...

2018 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Also known as Shady Oaks, the location on which the French Creole/Greek Revival style house lies was once part of a three-hundred-acre plantation owned by Jea... more

Quietdale, 401 Quietdale Drive Northeast, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Quietdale, 401 Quietdale Drive Northeast, Huntsville, Madison County, ...

Significance: The Robinson family, their relatives and intimate associates have bequeathed Huntsville an enduring legacy of buildings beyond the Robinson house, familiarly known as Quietdale, that enhances the ... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette ...

2018 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Also known as Shady Oaks, the location on which the French Creole/Greek Revival style house lies was once part of a three-hundred-acre plantation owned by Jea... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Quietdale, 401 Quietdale Drive Northeast, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Quietdale, 401 Quietdale Drive Northeast, Huntsville, Madison County, ...

Significance: The Robinson family, their relatives and intimate associates have bequeathed Huntsville an enduring legacy of buildings beyond the Robinson house, familiarly known as Quietdale, that enhances the ... more

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Significance: The Swedenborgian Church of Bath has used this wooden one-and-a-half story Greek Revival temple continuously throughout its history. Survey number: HABS ME-151 Building/structure dates: 1843 In... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison Coun...

Survey number: HABS AL-437 Building/structure dates: 1835- 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1914 Demolished

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette ...

2018 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Also known as Shady Oaks, the location on which the French Creole/Greek Revival style house lies was once part of a three-hundred-acre plantation owned by Jea... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison Coun...

Survey number: HABS AL-437 Building/structure dates: 1835- 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1914 Demolished

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Significance: The Swedenborgian Church of Bath has used this wooden one-and-a-half story Greek Revival temple continuously throughout its history. Survey number: HABS ME-151 Building/structure dates: 1843 In... more

Quietdale, 401 Quietdale Drive Northeast, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Quietdale, 401 Quietdale Drive Northeast, Huntsville, Madison County, ...

Significance: The Robinson family, their relatives and intimate associates have bequeathed Huntsville an enduring legacy of buildings beyond the Robinson house, familiarly known as Quietdale, that enhances the ... more

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette ...

2018 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Also known as Shady Oaks, the location on which the French Creole/Greek Revival style house lies was once part of a three-hundred-acre plantation owned by Jea... more

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Significance: The Swedenborgian Church of Bath has used this wooden one-and-a-half story Greek Revival temple continuously throughout its history. Survey number: HABS ME-151 Building/structure dates: 1843 In... more

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison Coun...

Survey number: HABS AL-437 Building/structure dates: 1835- 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1914 Demolished

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Quietdale, 401 Quietdale Drive Northeast, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Quietdale, 401 Quietdale Drive Northeast, Huntsville, Madison County, ...

Significance: The Robinson family, their relatives and intimate associates have bequeathed Huntsville an enduring legacy of buildings beyond the Robinson house, familiarly known as Quietdale, that enhances the ... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Quietdale, 401 Quietdale Drive Northeast, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Quietdale, 401 Quietdale Drive Northeast, Huntsville, Madison County, ...

Significance: The Robinson family, their relatives and intimate associates have bequeathed Huntsville an enduring legacy of buildings beyond the Robinson house, familiarly known as Quietdale, that enhances the ... more

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette ...

2018 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Also known as Shady Oaks, the location on which the French Creole/Greek Revival style house lies was once part of a three-hundred-acre plantation owned by Jea... more

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison Coun...

Survey number: HABS AL-437 Building/structure dates: 1835- 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1914 Demolished

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Significance: The Swedenborgian Church of Bath has used this wooden one-and-a-half story Greek Revival temple continuously throughout its history. Survey number: HABS ME-151 Building/structure dates: 1843 In... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison Coun...

Survey number: HABS AL-437 Building/structure dates: 1835- 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1914 Demolished

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Significance: The Swedenborgian Church of Bath has used this wooden one-and-a-half story Greek Revival temple continuously throughout its history. Survey number: HABS ME-151 Building/structure dates: 1843 In... more

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette ...

2018 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Also known as Shady Oaks, the location on which the French Creole/Greek Revival style house lies was once part of a three-hundred-acre plantation owned by Jea... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison Coun...

Survey number: HABS AL-437 Building/structure dates: 1835- 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1914 Demolished

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette ...

2018 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Also known as Shady Oaks, the location on which the French Creole/Greek Revival style house lies was once part of a three-hundred-acre plantation owned by Jea... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Significance: The Swedenborgian Church of Bath has used this wooden one-and-a-half story Greek Revival temple continuously throughout its history. Survey number: HABS ME-151 Building/structure dates: 1843 In... more

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette ...

2018 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Also known as Shady Oaks, the location on which the French Creole/Greek Revival style house lies was once part of a three-hundred-acre plantation owned by Jea... more

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Significance: The Swedenborgian Church of Bath has used this wooden one-and-a-half story Greek Revival temple continuously throughout its history. Survey number: HABS ME-151 Building/structure dates: 1843 In... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison Coun...

Survey number: HABS AL-437 Building/structure dates: 1835- 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1914 Demolished

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Swedenborgian Church, 876 Middle Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Significance: The Swedenborgian Church of Bath has used this wooden one-and-a-half story Greek Revival temple continuously throughout its history. Survey number: HABS ME-151 Building/structure dates: 1843 In... more

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison Coun...

Survey number: HABS AL-437 Building/structure dates: 1835- 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1914 Demolished

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette ...

2018 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Also known as Shady Oaks, the location on which the French Creole/Greek Revival style house lies was once part of a three-hundred-acre plantation owned by Jea... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison County, AL

Old Madison County Court House, Court Square, Huntsville, Madison Coun...

Survey number: HABS AL-437 Building/structure dates: 1835- 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: 1914 Demolished

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette Parish, LA

Charles Mouton House, 338 North Sterling Street, Lafayette, Lafayette ...

2018 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Also known as Shady Oaks, the location on which the French Creole/Greek Revival style house lies was once part of a three-hundred-acre plantation owned by Jea... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Parish, LA

Governor's Mansion, 231 North Liberty Street, Opelousas, St. Landry Pa...

Significance: The house served as the residence of the governor of Louisiana from May 1862 to January 1863, while Opelousas served as the temporary state capital of Louisiana when Louisiana was part of the Conf... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Governor's Mansion, 316 East Capitol Street, Jackson, Hinds County, MS

Significance: The Governor's Mansion is the finest example of the work of William Nichols in the domestic Greek Revival style. One of only four continuously used governor's mansions in the U.S. that dates befo... more