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03/26/2010

Wilkinson-Martin House, Giles County, Tennessee

The Wilkinson-Martin House is one of the only remaining examples of the Federal style in the city of Pulaski, as well as one of the oldest extant houses in the vicinity. Constructed between 1830 and 1835, the house was built by the Wilkinson family, one of the early families to settle in Giles County. The Wilkinson-Martin House maintains most of its original materials from the weatherboarding, windows and shutters, and entranceway, to the interior floors, mantels, and staircase. The residence, which stayed in the family for over 130 years, currently functions as a community activities center.

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