Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1836/00/00 A Log Corncrib and a Log Smokehouse are built of squared logs, notched in dovetail fashion at corners. The Smokehouse has gable-roofed with weatherboarded gable ends.
1836/00/00 A residence is constructed of locally handmade red brick, now the rear block Henderson Hall.
1841/06/00 Archibald Henderson Visitor Archibald Henderson visits Henderson Hall, while accompanying the body of President William Henry Harrison to its final place of rest at North Bend, Ohio. Death of US President William Harrison
1847/00/00 David Putnam Jr Abolitionist George W Henderson accused David Putnam Jr, of Marietta, Ohio, of aiding in the escape of nine of Henderson's slaves. Putnam will late win the case when he is defended by Salmon P Chase, later Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court.
1856/00/00 John M Slocomb Architect Construction begins on an Italian Villa mode residence for George Washington Henderson.
1859/00/00 George Washington Henderson Home Henderson Hall is completed featuring broad overhanging eaves embellished with oversized paired bracket work, a balustraded entrance porch with hand-carved stone columns matching the stone watertable and a hipped-roof belvedere centrally placed.
1860/00/00 Carriage Barn and Schoolroom are built. Aside from its use as a carriage barn, the building, houses a schoolroom for children of the farm and nearby homes. As of 1986, original benches, slate blackboards and other school equipment were preserved.
1871/00/00 The Henderson family carriage, used by Jock and Anna Henderson, is still preserved on the estate (as of 1986). The carriage made an eventful trip to New York City in 1871.

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Particulars for Henderson Hall Historic District:
Cultural Affiliation Adena
Historic Use Agricultural fields
Area of Significance Agriculture
Area of Significance Architecture
Criteria Architecture-Engineering
Criteria Consideration Birth place or grave
Historic Use Cemetery
Area of Significance Exploration-settlement
Sight Category Historic District
Criteria Historic Event
Criteria Information Potential
Architectural Style Italianate
Area of Significance Literature
Historic Use Monument
Criteria Person
Area of Significance Politics-government
Area of Significance Prehistoric
Owner Private
Historic Use Secondary structure
Historic Use Single dwelling
Area of Significance Social History

US National Registry of Historic Places Data »

Accurate at time of registration:

Registry Name:
Registry Address:
Registry Number: 86000811
Resource Type:
Owner: Private
Architect: Slocomb,J.M.
Architectural Style: Italianate
Level of Significance: State
Area of Significance: Prehistoric, Literature, Exploration-settlement, Politics-government, Social history, Agriculture, Architecture
Applicable Criteria: Event, Architecture-Engineering, Person, Information Potential
Criteria Consideration: Birth place or grave
Cultural Affiliation: Adena Culture
Period of Significance: 499-0 BC, 1900-1924, 500-999 BC, 1875-1899, 1850-1874, 1825-1849, 499-0 AD
Significant Year: c 1836, c 1859, c 1900
Associated People: Henderson,George Washington,et al.
Historic Function: Domestic, Agriculture, subsistence, Recreation and Culture, Funerary
Historic Sub-Function: Cemetery, Single dwelling, Agricultural fields, Monument, Marker, Secondary structure
Current Function: Recreation and Culture, Domestic, Funerary
Current Sub-Function: Cemetery Single dwelling Monument, Marker Secondary structure

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