Ruins of the house in which the constitution of North Carolina was written, November 1776, Halifax, North Carolina


Title
Ruins of the house in which the constitution of North Carolina was written, November 1776, Halifax, North Carolina
Description
Postcard of a small, dilapidated house where the North Carolina Constitution was written in 1776. Numbered 34241. Date approximated.
Date
1900-1950
Original Format
postcards
Extent
13cm x 8cm
Local Identifier
0101-b67-fa-i35
Creator(s)
Publisher(s) of Original
M.U. Daniel, Halifax, N.C.
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Comments

AC Meekins Feb 15 2013

Historic buildings survey shows a restored house by 1940. 1919 NC law gives DAR chapter $2000 toward restoration.

Emily Scott Feb 11 2012

This has been restored as the Constitution-Burgess House in Halifax, NC. But I would like to know its original location as it is shown in this postcard.wh

state Sep 20 2009

This must be a very old house!!!!!

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