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Edward S. Underwood House, 28 John Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

Edward S. Underwood House, 28 John Street, Providence, Providence Coun...

Significance: This is an example of a smaller, two-story, frame house of the 1820s. Survey number: HABS RI-244 Building/structure dates: 1827 Initial Construction

Mary Ann Shadd Cary House, 1421 W Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Mary Ann Shadd Cary House, 1421 W Street Northwest, Washington, Distri...

Significance: Home, from 1881-86, of Mary Ann Shadd Cary (1823-93). Cary is an important figure in African-American history, being the first black newspaperwoman in North America, proponent of women's rights, ... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

Charles Augustus Magwood House, 61-63 Smith Street, Charleston, Charle...

2015 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place Significance: Constructed around 1825, the Charles Augustus Magwood house is an example of the typical Charleston single house, a vernacular residential type that dev... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Juab County, UT

Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley...

Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's ... more

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: The Curtis Freewill Baptist Church served as both a religious building for students of Storer College and as its own congregational church for African American residents of Harpers Ferry and nearb... more

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: The Curtis Freewill Baptist Church served as both a religious building for students of Storer College and as its own congregational church for African American residents of Harpers Ferry and nearb... more

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: The Curtis Freewill Baptist Church served as both a religious building for students of Storer College and as its own congregational church for African American residents of Harpers Ferry and nearb... more

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: The Curtis Freewill Baptist Church served as both a religious building for students of Storer College and as its own congregational church for African American residents of Harpers Ferry and nearb... more

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: The Curtis Freewill Baptist Church served as both a religious building for students of Storer College and as its own congregational church for African American residents of Harpers Ferry and nearb... more

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: The Curtis Freewill Baptist Church served as both a religious building for students of Storer College and as its own congregational church for African American residents of Harpers Ferry and nearb... more

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: The Curtis Freewill Baptist Church served as both a religious building for students of Storer College and as its own congregational church for African American residents of Harpers Ferry and nearb... more

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: The Curtis Freewill Baptist Church served as both a religious building for students of Storer College and as its own congregational church for African American residents of Harpers Ferry and nearb... more

Dexter Asylum, Hope Street & Lloyd Avenue, Providence, Providence County, RI

Dexter Asylum, Hope Street & Lloyd Avenue, Providence, Providence Coun...

Significance: The Dexter Asylum was erected through a bequest of Ebenezer Knight Dexter made in 1824. It was situated on a 40 acre tract on what was his farm, but is now the heart of the most attractive reside... more

Dexter Asylum, Hope Street & Lloyd Avenue, Providence, Providence County, RI

Dexter Asylum, Hope Street & Lloyd Avenue, Providence, Providence Coun...

Significance: The Dexter Asylum was erected through a bequest of Ebenezer Knight Dexter made in 1824. It was situated on a 40 acre tract on what was his farm, but is now the heart of the most attractive reside... more

Dexter Asylum, Hope Street & Lloyd Avenue, Providence, Providence County, RI

Dexter Asylum, Hope Street & Lloyd Avenue, Providence, Providence Coun...

Significance: The Dexter Asylum was erected through a bequest of Ebenezer Knight Dexter made in 1824. It was situated on a 40 acre tract on what was his farm, but is now the heart of the most attractive reside... more

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence County, RI

William Holroyd House, 106 Angell Street, Providence, Providence Count...

Significance: This is a well preserved house built in 1798 with interesting interior detail. Survey number: HABS RI-180 Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Set atop one of Scottsville's highest gradients, the Blair (Tipton) House plainly characterizes the style most prevalent in vernacular architecture during the... more

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Set atop one of Scottsville's highest gradients, the Blair (Tipton) House plainly characterizes the style most prevalent in vernacular architecture during the... more

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Set atop one of Scottsville's highest gradients, the Blair (Tipton) House plainly characterizes the style most prevalent in vernacular architecture during the... more

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Set atop one of Scottsville's highest gradients, the Blair (Tipton) House plainly characterizes the style most prevalent in vernacular architecture during the... more

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Set atop one of Scottsville's highest gradients, the Blair (Tipton) House plainly characterizes the style most prevalent in vernacular architecture during the... more

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Set atop one of Scottsville's highest gradients, the Blair (Tipton) House plainly characterizes the style most prevalent in vernacular architecture during the... more

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Set atop one of Scottsville's highest gradients, the Blair (Tipton) House plainly characterizes the style most prevalent in vernacular architecture during the... more

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Set atop one of Scottsville's highest gradients, the Blair (Tipton) House plainly characterizes the style most prevalent in vernacular architecture during the... more

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

Blair House, Harrison Street, Scottsville, Albemarle County, VA

1993 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Entry Significance: Set atop one of Scottsville's highest gradients, the Blair (Tipton) House plainly characterizes the style most prevalent in vernacular architecture during the... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Bird-Brady House, Camp Hill, Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, WV

Significance: Built between 1895 and 1897, the Bird-Brady House served as a private residence for teachers and families associated with Storer College, a historically black school founded in 1867 by missionarie... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Handsell, 4835 Indiantown Road, Vienna, Dorchester County, MD

Significance: Handsell—a name derived from the original 1665 English land grant to Thomas Taylor—is a well-preserved example of the vernacular domestic architecture of the Chesapeake region. The house retains ... more