The U.S. Constitution
OTHER SITES CONSIDERED
All of these sites were previously considered for National Historic
Landmark designation and were rejected by the National Park System
Advisory Board. None of these sites are considered to be sufficiently
significant to warrant nomination under this theme.
(130) Richard BassettSigner of the Constitution
438 State Street, Dover, Delaware.
(131) John DickinsonSigner of the Constitution
Crosiadore, Talbot County, along Dickinson Bay, on a county road
running west off U.S. 50, about 3 miles southwest of Trappe, Maryland.
John Dickinson was born here in 1732. Dickinson' s home in Kent County,
Delaware is an existing National Historic Landmark.
(132) Daniel St. Thomas JeniferSigner of the
Ellerslie, Charles County, on Howard Drive, which runs from Md. Route
6, Port Tobacco, Maryland.
(133) James WilsonSigner of the Constitution and Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court 1789-1798
James Iredell House, Chowan County, 107 E. Church Street, Edenton,
North Carolina. Wilson died here in 1798.
(134) Charles PickneySigner of the Constitution
7 Orange Street, Charleston, South CarolinaThis house was
Pickney's boyhood home from 1770-78. After the death of his father,
Pickney inherited Snee Farm in Charleston County, South Carolina, and
lived there from 1782 until his death in 1824. Snee Farm is an existing
National Historic Landmark.
(135) William BlountSigner of the Constitution
(a) Rosefield, Bertie County, 212 Gray Street, Windsor, North
(b) Rocky Mount, Sullivan County, just off U.S. 11 E, about 7 miles
northeast of Johnson City, Tennessee Blount occupied this house
for 18 months starting in 1790.
(c) Blount (William) Mansion, 200 W. Hill Avenue, Knoxville,
TennesseeBlount occupied this house from 1792 until his death in
1800. (Existing National Historic Landmark)
(136) John BlairSigner of the Constitution and Associate
Justice of the Supreme Court 1789-1796
John Blair House, Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg,