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Tour an original New England frontier homestead that is as good as it gets. It's all original; the timber home standing on the same banks of a the same salt marsh for nearly 350 years. Original antiques and functioning reproductions fill the authentic rooms where generations of Haskell families lived; providing an opportunity to immerse yourselves into their lives like nowhere else. 

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Built at West Gloucester, Massachusetts beside a salt marsh by west-englishman William Haskell in 1680, the simple yet grand farmstead was the foundation for the Haskell family in New England. They lived a quiet, simple but difficult frontier life growing crops and raising livestock among the marsh; harvesting hay and sailing it to central Gloucester for sale. Generations of the family grew up within these walls; it's currently owned by Haskell's 11th great-grandson.

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