This one-and-one-half-story central-chimney house with a steep gambrel to the front and a saltbox behind belonged to an important pewterer of the colonial period—confirmation, like the Goddard House, of the middle-class status of the expert craftsman in colonial society, already observed in the Goddard House.
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Joseph Belcher House
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