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by grongar

"Home Transported from Detroit"

Located on the eastern bank of the Detroit River in Canada's Amherstburg, Park House was once home to a family of Loyalists. The house was originally built in 1796 in Detroit, Michigan at the origin of the Rouge River. Following the American Revolution, when this land was declared a part of the United States, the owners dismantled the structure and transported it to Malden in Amherstburg in 1798, where this beautiful home has stood ever since. Park House Museum gives visitors a glimpse into the local history and culture of the region.
214 Dalhousie Street, King's Navy Yard Park, Amherstburg, ON, Canada, N9V 1W4
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"Home Transported from Detroit"
Located on the eastern bank of the Detroit River in Canada's Amherstburg, Park House was once home to a family of Loyalists. The house was originally built in 1796 in Detroit, Michigan at the origin of the Rouge River. Following the American Revolution, when this land was declared a part of the United States, the owners dismantled the structure and transported it to Malden in Amherstburg in 1798, where this beautiful home has stood ever since. Park House Museum gives visitors a glimpse into the local history and culture of the region.
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