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Gilman Garrison House

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Built  ca. 1700
Designated CP  December 3, 1980
Area  1,214 m²
Added to NRHP  27 September 1976
NRHP Reference #  76000131
Opened  1700
Phone  +1 603-436-3205
Gilman Garrison House
Location  12 Water St., Exeter, New Hampshire
Part of  Exeter Waterfront Commercial Historic District (#80000299)
Address  12 Water St, Exeter, NH 03833, USA
Similar  Ladd‑Gilman House, Cooper‑Frost‑Austin House, American Independence Museum, Parson Barnard House, Richard Jackson House

The Gilman Garrison House is a historic First Period house at 12 Water Street in Exeter, New Hampshire owned by Historic New England, which operates the home as a house museum.

Councillor John Gilman, a proprietor of sawmills and member of a prominent early Exeter family involved in shipping, built the log house around 1700 and fortified it for protection. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.


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