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River House (George E. Dickinson House)
The Greek Revival style in Pennsylvania is inevitably tied to the counties immediately south of the New York border that form the northern tier. Beginning in the 1820s, frame houses with pedimented facades and often one-story wings that flanked the central two-story block were built by New England migrants who arrived in the region via the Erie Canal. Though
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