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Second floor window details, Scotch Hall, Bertie County, North Carolina

Scotch Hall (Bertie County, N.C.)
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Item information

Title:
Second floor window details, Scotch Hall, Bertie County, North Carolina
Topics:
Architecture
Subjects:
Federal
Plantation houses
Detail drawings (Drawings)
Windows
Jambs (Opening components)
Moldings (Object components)
Original Format:
Measured drawings; scale: 1-1/2 in. = 1 ft., full scale; 483mm x 610mm
Item identifier:
bh031815504
Delineator:
Created Date:
circa
Description:
15 of 19
Genre:
Architectural drawings
Location:
Bertie County (N.C.)
Scotch Hall (Merry Hill, N.C.)
Digital Project:
Built Heritage

Source information

Repository:
Special Collections Research Center at NCSU Libraries
Collection:
Historic Architecture Research. Project Records (UA110.041) held by
Note field:
Not all materials from the physical collection may have been scanned. Images may have been enhanced for web access.
Rights:
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Funding:
Digitization of this image was partially supported with federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds made possible through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.

Building:

Built:
Community:
Bertie County
State:
North Carolina
Provenance note:
George Washington Capehart (planter), first owner
Historical note:
Scotch Hall was the largest antebellum plantation in Bertie County. The plantation was the setting of the 1851 novel "Bertie" by George Throop, who had been a tutor of the Capehart children. The plantation produced corn, cotton, livestock, beans, and fish. The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Location:
Bertie County (N.C.)
Subjects:
Plantation houses
Historic buildings
Plantations
Historic sites
Antebellum
National Register of Historic Places
Authors
Livestock
Corn industry
Cotton growing

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