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Tarboro Historic District

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History of Tarboro North Carolina

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Installation of Stained Glass Window in Tarboro, NC

Tarboro Historic District is a national historic district located near Tarboro, Edgecombe County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 364 contributing buildings in central Tarboro. It includes a variety of industrial, commercial, residential, and institutional buildings dating from the late-18th through early-20th centuries. Located in the district are the separately listed Tarboro Town Common, The Barracks, Redmond-Shackelford House, Pender Museum, Blount-Bridgers House, Coates-Walston House, Calvary Episcopal Church and Churchyard, and the Cotton Press complex. Other notable buildings include the Morris-Powell House, Porter House, U. S. Post Office (1914), Pippen House (1870s), Dancy-Battle-Bass Clark House, Holderness House, Howard Memorial Presbyterian Church (1908-1909), W. H. MacNair House (1913), Henry Cherry-George White House, Jones House (1870-1875), Tarboro Primitive Baptist Church, St. James Methodist Church (1916), Carolina Telephone & Telegraph (1912), Clark's Warehouse #1 and #2, Battle-Porter-Powell House, Gaskil1-Hussey House (1882), Cheshire-Nash House, and Norfleet Court (1858).
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