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Clayville Rural Life Center and Museum - Publications Series II - Research Report #04: The Broadwells of Clayville and their Roots - Part III - The Antecedents of the Inn-Farmhouse in Ohio and New Jersey
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TitleClayville Rural Life Center and Museum - Publications Series II - Research Report #04: The Broadwells of Clayville and their Roots - Part III - The Antecedents of the Inn-Farmhouse in Ohio and New Jersey
SubjectInn/Farmhouse
Inn/Farmhouse--New Jersey
Inn/Farmhouse--Ohio
DescriptionThis section of the research report on the Broadwells hopes to determine what model(s) the Broadwells used to build their Clayville Inn. By going to Ohio and New Jersey and studying old inns/farmhouses, it was hoped by the author that the image of the desirable home and inn which the Broadwells might have brought with them in their cultural baggage could be determined. 29p.
CreatorHawes, Edward L.
PublisherClayville Rural Life Center
ContributorsNational Endowment for the Humanities
Date Original1981
Typetext
FormatPDF, 842KB
IdentifierD1/2/1
SourceArchives/Special Collections, Norris L Brookens Library, University of Illinois at Springfield
Languageeng
RelationClayville Research Publication Series
Coverage1820s-1850s
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Physical Description29p., 8.5"x11"
Date Digital2006-09-21
CollectionLocal History Resources (University of Illinois at Springfield)
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