Fourth of July Special: Early American Homes
The original tea partiers didn't spend all of their time tossing tea in protest of an excessive British tax. Just like us, they also kicked back in their homes. And an impressive number of those residences are still around. In fact, authentic 18th- and early 19th- century houses often serve as local landmarks, even as families continue to live in them. Reconnect with your forefathers by clicking through our gallery.
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