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Architectural Styles in North Carolina

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The first installment in a series, Cockshutt, head of the Survey and Planning Branch, looks chronologically at changing architectural style and building techniques within the state. The earliest period between the 18th- and early 19th-century, builders relied heavily on wood and later brick. Structures were solid and well-crafted by skilled workmen from the state's abundant resources.