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Home > North Carolina > Raleigh vicinity > Midway Plantation, U.S. Route 64, Raleigh, Wake County, NC



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Location
U.S. Route 64, Raleigh vicinity, NC

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS NC-211
Building/structure dates: 1848 initial construction
Significance: It was completed in 1848 and was built by Charles Lewis Hinton for his son David. The name Midway came about because of its location between 2 other Hinton Plantations which still remain, Beaverdam and The Oaks. The original buildings at Midway consisted of the Main Building, Kitchen, School House, East Office, Carriage House, and Doll House, all of which are still standing. In addition there were Slave Quarters, an Ice House, Potato House, Smokehouse, Summer House, and Loom House which are no longer standing...

Subjects
Farming
Slavery
Wooden Buildings


Related Names
Hinton, Charles Lewis
Hinton, David
Nassif, Joseph L., Delineator
Mills, Allen G., Delineator
Garriss, Howard R., Delineator


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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