Carolina Inn Well

**Carolina Inn Well** Location: Carolina Inn, Orange County, North Carolina. Period: Nineteenth century. Material: granite. Dimensions of exposed well: 1.42-1.55 m diameter; about 2 m deep (to top of fill). Notes: Stone-lined well discovered by workmen in July, 2018, while repaving a driveway adjacent to the University of North Carolina's Carolina Inn (opened in 1924). It was cleaned, photographed, and mapped by archaeologists from UNC's Research Laboratories of Archaeology. The well likely is associated with an earlier house that was built on this lot in the mid-1800s. Model by Steve Davis.

Thanks for the original asset creator : RLA Archaeology
Date published:
Feb 1st, 2019
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