Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory - Virginia


103 5th Street

103 5th Street, Clarksville, Virginia (36.625768, -78.558929)

Primary House Felling Date:Summer 1834, Winter 1834/5

Site Master 1711-1834 (pine) 5AVAx1 (t = 7.95 TNR; 7.39 ssh1; 7.16 JNYVx1).

The building at 103 5th Street in Clarksville, Virginia, is a simple two-story framed house.

Dendrochronological analysis has shown that the building was built from timbers felled in the summer of 1834 and the winter of 1834/5 suggesting the building was built in the winter of 1834/5 or shortly thereafter.

Worthington, M J and Seiter, J I 2018 "The Tree-Ring Dating of 103 5th Street, Clarksville, Virginia " unpublished Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory archive report 2018/06.




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Oxford Tree-Ring Laboratory

Michael Worthington
Jane Seiter, Ph.D

25 E. Montgomery St.
Baltimore, MD 21230