Greek Revival

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2nd Baptist Church (Floyd County, Indiana)
Church that was a stop on the underground railroad
Anderson-Doosing Farm (Roanoke County, Virginia)
Asbury Methodist Church (Robeson County, North Carolina)
Bloomfield (Fairfax County, Virginia)
Bogota (Rockingham County, Virginia)
Browne Law Office (Waupaca County, Wisconsin)
Rectangular, one-story building with a gable roof
Chapel Hill (Rockbridge County, Virginia)
Clear fork Methodist Church (Floyd County, Indiana)
Abandoned Church built in 1860
Clifford, George F., House (York County, Maine)
Eli R. Cooley House (Racine County, Wisconsin)
A refined example of the Greek Revival designs.
Erwin House (Marshall County, Indiana)
First Christian Church (Clark County, Indiana)
First Christian Church built in 1860
Gippy Plantation (Berkeley County, South Carolina)
Haugh House (Rockingham County, Virginia)
High Banks (Frederick County, Virginia)
Lain-Estburg House (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Greek Revival Home repurposed to American Legion Hall and restaurant.
Lansing Stone School (Allamakee County, Iowa)
Livonia Presbyterian Church (Washington County, Indiana)
Excellent example of a Greek Revival church
Locustville Academy (Accomack County, Virginia)
Methodist Episcopal Church of Lansingburgh (Rensselaer County, New York)
Millbank (Frederick County, Virginia)
New Market Presbyterian Church (Clark County, Indiana)
Abandoned Church built in 1874
Sheepscot Historic District (Lincoln County, Maine)
The Courier Building (Onondaga County, New York)
The Kouns-Womack House (Greenup County, Kentucky)
Victorian Greek Revival Style Home
Unitarian Church (Rockingham County, New Hampshire)
Vanmeter Church Street House (Ross County, Ohio)
William and Hannah Root House (Cobb County, Georgia)