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The Tristram Bethea House is a historic plantation home in Camden, Alabama. It is also known as the Pleasant Ridge and the Bethea-Strother-Stewart Home. It was built in 1832 by the South Carolina native Tristram Bethea in 1842. He moved in Wilcox County in the 1820s where he established his law practice.

The Tristram Bethea House is noted for being the only brick antebellum home in Wilcox County. When Bethea moved to Mobile in 1850, it was sold off to George Miller, who later sold it to Joseph Eugene Strother. It stayed in the Strother family until 1987, when it was sold off, which was acquired by several other owners later on.

The Tristram Bethea House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
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