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This article provides details on the arrangement, form, style and diagnostic features of domestic architecture in Virginia and North Carolina in the pre-revolutionary period.
North Carolina in the 19th century developed its art and architecture in a different fashion than Virginians. Because of the lack of wealthy individuals in North Carolina during the early 1800s, residents tended to self-decorate their homes.