The Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory, in conjunction with Mark Reinberger of the the University of Georgia, is in the middle of a dendrochronology project where we are trying to date ten historic buildings near Athens, Georgia.
The new pages will be added as the dates become available.
|Baber Log House||Begg's Log House, Near Lincolnton||Bryson Cabin|
|Clarke Haye House||Collier-Howard House, eastern Oglethorpe Co.||Dallis-Glaze House, Near Lincolnton|
|Fort Hollingsworth: in near Homer||Rock House, near Thomson||Smith-Turner House, Lexington|
|Wright-Blaylock House, east of Lincolnton|
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The Laboratory's staff have been involved in scientific dating of over two hundred historic building both in the USA and UK. Detailed listing of all of them can be found READ MORE
After two years of investigation of what was a planned rental property,
the oldest dated house in North Carolina has been identified in Edenton.
Preservationists with the N.C. Historic Preservation Office, architectural historians with the Architectural Research Department at Colonial Williamsburg and local historians participated in the research. READ MORE
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For more than thirty years, the architectural research department at Colonial Williamsburg has engaged in comprehensive study of early buildings, landscapes, and social history in the Chesapeake region. READ MORE