An Eighteenth-Century House in Canterbury, Connecticut

Handler, Mimi
December 1999
Early American Homes;Dec99, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p22
Features David Nevins' house in Canterbury, Connecticut built in 1746. Historical information of the house; Details on the records of early ownership of the house; How Les Fossel restored the house in the 1970s.


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