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A.C. Jeffery Farmstead

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Built  1848 (1848)
Opened  1848
Added to NRHP  11 August 1994
NRHP Reference #  94000825
Area  2 ha
A.C. Jeffery Farmstead
Nearest city  Mount Olive, Izard County, Arkansas

The A.C. Jeffery Farmstead is a historic farmhouse in rural Izard County, Arkansas. It is located at the northern end of County Road 18, north of the hamlet of Mount Olive. It is a two story wood frame I-house with a traditional central hall plan, and a kitchen ell extending to the rear (east) of the main block. The front faces west, overlooking the White River, and has a two-story porch extending across the center three bays of the five-bay facade. The interior features woodwork and hardware original to the building's c. 1848 construction. The house was built by Augustus Jeffery, the son of Jehoiada Jeffery, the first permanent white settler in north-central Arkansas, and is one of the oldest houses in the region.

The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.


A.C. Jeffery Farmstead Wikipedia

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