Dwellings of the Rural Elite in Central Delaware, 1770-1830+/-

Date
1989-12
Authors
Herman, Bernard L.
Lanier, Gabrielle M.
Siders (Sheppard), Rebecca J.
Van Balgooy, Max
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Center for Historic Architecture and Engineering
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The ten dwellings considered in this nomination are the D.W.Thomas House(N-6237), Hill Island Farm(N-5898), Green Meadow(N-6240), Brook Ramble(N-101), the Vandyke-Heath House(N-5891), the Johnson Home Farm( N-4247), Mount Jones( N-1503), Windsor(N-), the Savin-Wilson House(K-3967), and Mount Pleasant(K-3863). There ar other dwellings within the geographical boundaries of this nomination that share the characteristics of this thematic nomination and have already been listed individually in the National Register of Historic Places. These related sites are listed in an appendix to the Statement of Historic Contexts.
Keywords
Saint Georges Hundred, Delaware , Appoquinimink Hundred, Delaware , Duck Creek Hundred, Delaware , Brick dwelling , Log dwelling , Post-and-plank dwelling , Kent County, Delaware , New Castle County, Delaware
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