2011-A9-CR, at Interpretive Forum I (Architectural History): “From Wadlington To Williams: Clermont As An Evolving Homestead”

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2011-A9-CR, at Interpretive Forum I (Architectural History): “From Wadlington To Williams: Clermont As An Evolving Homestead”

Kalbian describes the rich documentary history of Clermont and relates it to the social and economic history of the site, connecting it to the extensive  dendrochronological studies of the site’s buildings, as well as to other period dwellings in Clarke and neighboring counties; she also describes Clermont’s remaining log slave house (1823) and the smoke house (1803).  15 pages

Maral S. Kalbian; © The Clermont Foundation; IS available for download for personal or classroom use; credit to: Courtesy of The Clermont Foundation.