: Although the exact location is unknown, this house in Ohio is an example of the Federal architecture style.
Federal architecture was prevalent in the United States between 1780-1830 and derived its name from the era known as the Federal Period. The style was developed from Georgian architecture that was common in the colonies before this time. Some characteristics of the Federal style include an emphasis on symmetry with a centered front door, a hipped roof with tall chimneys at both ends, columns around the doorway, and narrow six-pane sash windows. The front porch with wrought-iron decoration is not consistent with the Federal style and is a more common aspect of French Colonial architecture.
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: SA1039AV_B01F06_009 Subjects
: Architecture--Ohio--Pictorial works., Domestic--United States Places