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Researchers are using the method of dendrochronology to determine the construction date of the historic Cupola House in Edenton.
A process that has been used by foresters and the timber industry is now a valuable tool in assisting historians in precisely dating old houses and maritime artifacts.
Dendrochronology, a way to date trees, has been refined by Dr. Herman J. Heikkenen and is now a valuable research tool for state historians in accurately dating historic buildings, like Edenton's Cupola House.