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George Read II house, New Castle Delaware
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Once "The Grandest House in Delaware", now a museum of the Delaware Historical Society.  It was built 1801-1803 adjacent to that of George Read Sr., a signer of the Declaration of Independence.  The latter's house burned down in 1824.  The posts in the lawn opposite the house are part of an ongoing archaeological dig by the University of Delaware.

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