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The following content was curated specifically for HST113, US History to 1877, with Professor Worthington. Utilize the content herein to complete your research assignment on the Lafayette Durfee House.

 

The Lafayette Durfee House

Exterior of the Lafayette Durfee HouseThe Lafayette Durfee House is known as "Fall River's link to the American Revolution." The house was constructed before 1750 and stood during the battles that would wage for American independence.

In addition to offering a glimpse into colonial life, the house preserves a piece of Fall River's contribution to the war efforts.

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