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John Stephenson Home - Salesian Provincial House
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The John Stephenson House, now the Salesian Provincial House, was built during the eight years from 1862 through 1870.  It was originally the home of the John Stephenson family until it was sold by his heirs in 1901. In 1918 the Salesians of Dom Bosco purchased the property which now includes Salesian High School as well as Salesian Missions.

John Stephenson, born in Ireland on July 4, 1809, came to America with his parents and settled in New York City. At the age of 22 he established his own business and designed a new type of horse drawn carriage capable of running on rails. Once the patent was signed by then President Andrew Jackson, the streetcar was born.  His business suffered through many setbacks but eventually his business grew and Stephenson cars were in use through the Western hemisphere. At one time he employed 500 workers and turned out over 25,000 vehicles.

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