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Jose Celso Barbosa House, 16 Calle de Barbosa, Bayamon, Bayamon Municipio, PR

Jose Celso Barbosa House, 16 Calle de Barbosa, Bayamon, Bayamon Munici...

2017 Leicester B. Holland Prize, Honorable Mention Significance: The Jose Celso Barbosa House Museum is a nineteenth century building located on Barbosa Street #16 in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. The construction show... more

221-225 South Lee Street (Houses), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

221-225 South Lee Street (Houses), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Survey number: HABS VA-475 Building/structure dates: 17t2 Initial Construction National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 66000928

41 Mill Street (Doorway), Newport, Newport County, RI

41 Mill Street (Doorway), Newport, Newport County, RI

Significance: The house was constructed in the early eighteenth century and before it was demolished a record was made of the doorway. The paneled door is flanked by pilasters and the frontispiece is capped by ... 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

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... more

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... 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

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

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... more

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... 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

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

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... more

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... more

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... more

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... more

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... more

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... more

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, Independent City, VA

William & Mary College, Brafferton Hall, College Yard, Williamsburg, I...

Significance: This brick structure was built in 1723 to house a school intended to convert to Christianity and instruct Indian boys. The funds for its erection and operation came from a bequest by Robert Boyle... more

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlo...

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The first of these townhouses was most likely built by James Dinsmore, one of the craftsmen recruited by Thomas Jefferson to work on the University of Virgini... more

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlo...

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The first of these townhouses was most likely built by James Dinsmore, one of the craftsmen recruited by Thomas Jefferson to work on the University of Virgini... more

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlo...

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The first of these townhouses was most likely built by James Dinsmore, one of the craftsmen recruited by Thomas Jefferson to work on the University of Virgini... more

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlo...

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The first of these townhouses was most likely built by James Dinsmore, one of the craftsmen recruited by Thomas Jefferson to work on the University of Virgini... more

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlo...

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The first of these townhouses was most likely built by James Dinsmore, one of the craftsmen recruited by Thomas Jefferson to work on the University of Virgini... more

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlo...

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The first of these townhouses was most likely built by James Dinsmore, one of the craftsmen recruited by Thomas Jefferson to work on the University of Virgini... more

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlo...

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The first of these townhouses was most likely built by James Dinsmore, one of the craftsmen recruited by Thomas Jefferson to work on the University of Virgini... more

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlo...

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The first of these townhouses was most likely built by James Dinsmore, one of the craftsmen recruited by Thomas Jefferson to work on the University of Virgini... more

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlo...

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The first of these townhouses was most likely built by James Dinsmore, one of the craftsmen recruited by Thomas Jefferson to work on the University of Virgini... more

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA

Vowles Townhouses, 1111-1113 West Main Street, Charlottesville, Charlo...

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: The first of these townhouses was most likely built by James Dinsmore, one of the craftsmen recruited by Thomas Jefferson to work on the University of Virgini... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Sabine Hall, State Route 624 vicinity, Warsaw, Richmond, VA

Significance: Sabine Hall was built in 1730 for Colonel Landon Carter by his father, Robert Carter, of Corotoman, whose extensive possessions in the Colony of Virginia caused him to be called "King" Carter by h... more

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