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St. Marks Staten Island St. George Historic DistrictMany houses are solely vernacular in architectural style.  Four of these, which were built between the last half of the nineteenth century and the first quarter of the twentieth century, are located within the St. George/New Brighton Historic District.  The first home to be built in the District using local resources was erected between 1853 and 1874.  It is uncertain whether this home, which is located at 17 Carroll Place, was built for Henry P. Robertson, who owned the oldest house in the District, or James Wilkinson, who was part of Crabtree & Wilkinson silk dyeworks.

The next three Vernacular-style homes were built during the early twentieth-century.  In 1902, Norman Young built a home at 226 Hamilton Avenue for George Gregory.  It has not been…

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