Dorothy Quincy Homestead

Dorothy Quincy Homestead The Dorothy Quincy Homestead is a US National Historic Landmark at 34 Butler Road in Quincy, Massachusetts. The house was originally built by Edmund Quincy II in 1686 who had an extensive property upon which there were multiple buildings.

Today, the site consists of the Dorothy Quincy Homestead, which has been preserved as a museum and is open occasionally to the public.HistoryThe original property covered approximately extending from its present location to Quincy Bay and included the Dorothy Quincy House (1686), the Josiah Quincy House (1770), and the Josiah Quincy Mansion (1848). The Josiah Quincy Mansion, located on the propert

Today, the site consists of the Dorothy Quincy Homestead, which has been preserved as a museum and is open occasionally to the public.HistoryThe original property covered approximately extending from its present location to Quincy Bay and included the Dorothy Quincy House (1686), the Josiah Quincy House (1770), and the Josiah Quincy Mansion (1848). The Josiah Quincy Mansion, located on the propert

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