The Rice-Tremonti House in Raytown, Missouri is a building from 1844. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.Archibald and Sally Rice had moved to Missouri from North Carolina and eventually built a house in this location around 1836.
The current Gothic Revival frame farmhouse replaced the original log house in 1844. The farm was about eight miles south of Independence, MO along the Santa Fe Trail and became a popular stop for travelers. Archibald died in 1849 and his son Elihu Coffee Rice became the owner. In 1850 Elihu married Catherine "Kitty" Stoner White. Sophia White, Kitty's slave, accompanied her there and lived in a ca
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