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The Inn at Salado (Norton-Orgain House)
Traditional building techniques of the state in the late nineteenth century are reflected in this two-story vernacular I-house, particularly the central-hall plan and gable-end limestone chimneys. The house is a product of Upper South house forms that migrated with skilled builders in this period of architectural development.
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