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The Trinity Historic House Museum is a historic house museum in Trinity, North Carolina. It features the historic Winslow House.

Built in c. 1855, the historic Winslow House once served as a residence for Dr. Thomas Winslow and his family. It is best noted for being one of the few antebellum houses that is still left standing the Old Trinity College site, which is now known as the Duke University area in Trinity. The house is amazingly well preserved with high levels of structural integrity, making it all the more necessary to preserve it. It was turned into a museum in 2003, after Ella Richardson deeded the house to the Trinity Historical Preservation Society.

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