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Discover five of the families who lived in this house from the colonial era to World War II.
They weren’t famous, but the choices they made shaped their community and the nation.
American Colonists 1757—1772
For Abraham and Sarah Choate, this house was a sign of prosperity in a thriving New England community.
the Dodges and Chance Bradstreet
The Dodges' household and the nation faced fateful questions about freedom.
In the parlor of their home, the Caldwells joined the battle against slavery.
Irish immigrant Catherine Lynch and her daughter Mary rented this house as a home and workplace.
Home Front 1941—1945
Mary Scott and her family shared the nation's struggle during World War II.
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Constitution Avenue, NW
Between 12th and 14th Streets