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This article is a systematic study of the development of vernacular domestic architecture in Gates, Perquimans, and Pasquotank counties in northeastern North Carolina, with a particular focus on the planning and structural character of farmhouses in the period between settlement and the American Civil War.
This article examines the building process as it relates to architecture of the antebellum period with a focus on the manner in which buildings were designed, material manufactured, and labor organized to reveal something of the economic and social conditions of the period.