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An exploration revealed its many purposes since 1784. Home for John Stanly Wright's family until the Civil War, it was General Burnside’s New Bern headquarters and a convent for the Sisters of Mercy through 1884. Heirs of James Bryan owned the house until 1932, when it was sold to the New Bern Library Association. The house was the town’s library for three decades before Tryon Palace Commission purchased the building, restored its Georgian style, and moved it to its current location, George Street.
The Palace (NoCar F 264 N5 P3), Vol. 13 Issue 2, Winter 2015/2016, p6-8
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The Historic Bath Garden Club recreates the twelve days of Christmas, 18th-century style, at historic sites such as the Bonner House and Palmer Marsh House. This event highlights those citizens' version of the season, such as sparser decorations, plus a greater emphasis on companionship and January 6th.