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Elisha White House

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Built  1821 (1821)
Opened  1821
Architectural style  Federal architecture
Nearest city  Waco, Tennessee
NRHP Reference #  83003034
Area  400 m²
Added to NRHP  4 March 1983
Elisha White House

The Elisha White House, also known as Maple Tree Farm, is a historic mansion in Waco, Tennessee, U.S..

History

The land was granted to Thomas Armstrong, a veteran of the American Revolutionary War. In 1810, it was purchased by Elisha White, a settler from Virginia. White built the house in 1821, where he lived with his wife Jane. During the American Civil War of 1861-1865, it served as a hospital for the Confederate States Army.

The house has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since March 4, 1983.

References

Elisha White House Wikipedia


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