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Crombie Street District

Crombie Street District
Crombie Street house of William Pike, friend of Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Crombie Street District
Location Salem, Massachusetts
Coordinates

42°31′14″N 70°53′52″W / 42.52056°N 70.89778°W / 42.52056; -70.89778Coordinates: 42°31′14″N 70°53′52″W / 42.52056°N 70.89778°W / 42.52056; -70.89778

Architectural style Italianate, Georgian, Federal
Governing body Private
MPS Downtown Salem MRA
NRHP Reference #

83000575

[1]
Added to NRHP September 16, 1983

Crombie Street District is a historic district at 7-15 and 16-18 Crombie St., and 13 Barton Street in Salem, Massachusetts, USA.

The district features Italianate, Georgian, and Federal architecture and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on September 16, 1983.

A short walk from the Crombie Street District is the Chestnut Street District, Federal Street District, Old Town Hall Historic District, Salem Willows Historic District, Salem Common Historic District, Charter Street Historic District, Derby Waterfront District, Essex Institute Historic District, Bridge Street Neck Historic District, Downtown Salem District and the Salem Maritime National Historic Site that consists of 12 historic structures and about 9 acres (36,000 m2) of land along the waterfront in Salem, Massachusetts.

William Pike House

The William Pike house is from the nineteenth century and whose is named after William Pike, an abolitionist and an associate of Nathaniel Hawthorne. William Pike played an important role in the Underground Railroad. The home is located on Crombie Street in Salem, Massachusetts.

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