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p. shed

Storage for joiner's work
by 1796–by 1830

Digital model of building "p", a shed

Building p, detail of Jefferson’s Mutual Assurance plat, 1796.This 25 x 12.5-foot wooden shed with a “floor of brick” was “used as a store house for joiner’s work.”  Joists or planks were likely stored or dried in this “small wooden Building without a Chimney” before being transported to the joiner’s shop on Mulberry Row.  The building was probably constructed by 1796, and likely demolished by 1830.


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