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Neo-Classical Pre-Confederation architecture, Loyalist family, Colborne, Ontario

Keeler House, 9 Church St., Colborne was the home of the son of U.E.Loyalist Joseph Keeler. Built about 1820, it is considered to be a copy of its contemporary: Barnum House near Grafton. The NeoClassical exterior details are matched throughout the interior. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, October 2011

Pre-Confederation architecture in Colborne, Ontario, neoClassical, octagonal, Regency

Rare angles! An Octagon, built by Reuben Scott about 1850 at 45 Parliament St., Colborne village ; and an unexplained overhung roof at 13655 County Rd. 2, outside Colborne. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, October 2011

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