Alexander Dickson House, Hillsborough, NC

This view shows the eastern elevation of Alexander Dickson House at 150 E. King Street from S Cameron Street. The Orange County Visitors Center operates from this late-18th century Quaker-plan house. It was moved from its original location (1 mile southeast of Hillsborough) to its present location in the heart of the historic district. The site also includes an office used by Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston in April 1865 and an 18th and 19th century medicinal and herbal garden.

Copyright: Tom Hurley
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送信日: 25/05/2009
更新日: 02/10/2014


Tags: hillsborough nc; orange county; orange county visitors center; hillsborough; 150 e cameron st; cameron street; joseph johnston
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