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Newbold White House

The Newbold White House is the oldest brick house in North Carolina. It was built in 1730 by Abraham Sanders, a Quaker farmer, on the banks of the Perquimans River. Sanders raised corn, cotton, wheat, flax, indigo, tobacco, and rice, and also produced wood products such as barrels and shingles or shakes for roofs. He and his wife, Judith, raised six children in this house.

Newbold White House. Brick house with wood shed. It is a sunny day and the house sits on a mowed lawn.
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