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Home » National Historic Landmarks in Alabama » Kenworthy Hall

Kenworthy Hall

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AL 14, W of Marion, Alabama

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Built by New York architect Richard Upjohn, Completed in 1860,asymmetrical Italian villa style. Kenworthy Hall was home to Edward Kenworthy Carlisle , a major cotton grower in the south. Became a National Historic Landmark in 1994. Italianate architecture built for southern weather and plantation lifestyle

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Also known as the Carlisle-Martin House and Carlisle Hall,

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Kenworthy Hall

Kenworthy Hall

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