Daniel Stong’s Second House

Dates From: circa 1832
On its original location

Built on a fieldstone foundation, with squared logs and dovetailed corners, Daniel and Elizabeth Stong’s second home shows the signs of their prosperity after 16 years of homesteading. This fine two-storey house boasted clapboard siding, a brick fireplace and bake oven, along with plenty of space for their six sons, two daughters and the occasional visitor or hired hand. The house was restored in 1960.

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