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The Cupola House and Its Associations

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In Edenton, North Carolina three distinct building types were completed in the early 1700s. One was the Cupola House, built by Francis Corbin who was appointed by John, Earl of Granville. The Cupola House was built in 1758 after several years of construction. The house faces the water and is filled with unique structural features that were maintained even as the property changed ownership over the years.
The North Carolina Booklet (NoCar F 251 .N86), Vol. 15 Issue 4, April 1916, p203-217, il