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Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Feed Store-School, Route 29 & Route 631, Madison, Madison County, VA

Significance: The James City Historic District is historically and architecturally significant as an example of a community that remains a time-capsule of late 18th to early 20th century domestic, commercial, a... more

Johnson & McCallum Houses, McCallum House, 212 State Street, Natchez, Adams County, MS

Johnson & McCallum Houses, McCallum House, 212 State Street, Natchez, ...

Survey number: HABS MS-270-C Building/structure dates: 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1970 Subsequent Work Building/structure dates: ca. 1980 Subsequent Work

Johnson & McCallum Houses, McCallum House, 212 State Street, Natchez, Adams County, MS

Johnson & McCallum Houses, McCallum House, 212 State Street, Natchez, ...

Survey number: HABS MS-270-C Building/structure dates: 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1970 Subsequent Work Building/structure dates: ca. 1980 Subsequent Work

Johnson & McCallum Houses, McCallum House, 212 State Street, Natchez, Adams County, MS

Johnson & McCallum Houses, McCallum House, 212 State Street, Natchez, ...

Survey number: HABS MS-270-C Building/structure dates: 1840 Initial Construction Building/structure dates: ca. 1970 Subsequent Work Building/structure dates: ca. 1980 Subsequent Work

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME

Colonel John Black House, West Main Street (State Route 172), Ellswort...

Significance: Interesting example of the Federal Style. Of exceptional quality for the area. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Interesting extant outbuildings are a Stables and Carriage House ... more

Ritchie House, 227 Prince Street, Tappahannock, Essex County, VA
Ritchie House, 227 Prince Street, Tappahannock, Essex County, VA
Ritchie House, 227 Prince Street, Tappahannock, Essex County, VA
Ritchie House, 227 Prince Street, Tappahannock, Essex County, VA
Ritchie House, 227 Prince Street, Tappahannock, Essex County, VA
Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberland County, ME

Bowdoin College, Massachusetts Hall, Bath Street, Brunswick, Cumberlan...

Significance: Construction of Massachusetts Hall was begun in 1798 under the direction of Samuel and Aaron Melcher and possibly others. It was completed in 1803. When Bowdoin opened in 1802 this building was oc... more

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