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Jason Russell House
7 Jason Street, Arlington, MA 02476
The Jason Russell House is a historic house in Arlington, Massachusetts, the site of the bloodiest fighting on the first day of the American Revolutionary War, April 19, 1775 (the Battle of Lexington and Concord). The house was purchased in 1923 by the Arlington Historical Society which restored it in 1926, and now operates it as a museum from mid-April through the end of September. The adjoining George A. Smith Museum was built in 1981 to house changing exhibitions of life in Arlington.
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