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Carpenter House

Carpenter House

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Evansville, Indiana
The Carpenter House Information:
The Carpenter house was built in 1849. It was originally the home of Willard Carpenter, founder of the Willard Library on Carpenter Street. In March of 1934, it was purchased by the Evansville American Legion. From 1937-1958,

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Ocean Born Mary House

Ocean Born Mary House

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Henniker, New Hampshire
The Ocean Born Mary House Legend:
Mary Wilson was born at sea on July 17, 1720 after her parents set sail from Londonberry, Ireland aboard the ship called, The Wolf. Near Boston, the ship was boarded by pirates, led by the ruthless Don Pedro. Don Pedro l

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Eddy Brother’s Homestead

Eddy Brother’s Homestead

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According to newspaper and Spiritualist accounts of 1874, some very strange things were happening on a small Vermont farm near the town of Chittenden. Allegedly, all manner of bizarre phenomena was said to be taking place in the home of William and Horatio Eddy, two middle-aged,

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The Bellamy Mansion

The Bellamy Mansion

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Wilmington, North Carolina
The Bellamy Mansion Information:
The Bellamy Mansion was built in 1859 by Dr. John D. Bellamy. Enslaved black carpenters as well as free black artisans built the mansion.
Dr. Bellamy owned other plantations in other counties, but the Bellamy Mansion

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