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Bradford House

175 S Main St, Washington, PA 15301

David Bradford House, in Washington, Pennsylvania was the home of David Bradford, a leader of the Whiskey Rebellion. It has both architectural and historic importance. The two-story building was built in the Georgian style, with dressed stone four-bay windows. In 1959, the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission assumed control of the house and supervised restoration of its eighteenth-century design. They installed furnishings of that time in Pennsylvania that they felt reflected Bradford's place in society. The house is open weekly between April and November, or by appointment.

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