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Iredell House


category : Historic Homes
The home of James Iredell is located in Edenton, a town rich in architecture and history since pre-Revolutionary times. George Washington appointed Iredell to the first U.S. Supreme Court. His earliest career included service as a British tax collector and as a state attorney general. The house is seen as a part of the Historic Edenton Tour, which begins at the nearby visitor center.


Address:
107 East Church Street

Phone: (252)482-2637


Our Email: linda.eure@ncmail.net
Our Website:www.visitedenton.com

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