Bradford House, by Don Giles
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color photograph of the Bradford House

Credit: Courtesy of Pennsylvania Historical Museum Commission, Don Giles

When word reached "Whiskey rebel" David Bradford that President George Washington was on the way leading 13,000 troops, he fled to Spanish West Florida, leaving behind the large stone house, constructed in 1788, which reflected his prominence in the region. Restored by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, the house is open to the public from May to December.

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