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Historic Homes - New York City & Charleston  

03/08/2018

Like most people, we spend lots of time (way too much time) surfing the web, entranced by various videos. In Video Roundup, we offer some videos from all over the world that we found especially intriguing.

This week’s selections focus on historic homes. First, the Old Merchant's House, now known as the Merchant's House Museum, a landmark in New York City. The museum was once the Tredwells, a 19th century merchant family. And for some regional balance, we then go on a tour of historic homes in Charleston, South Carolina.

Merchant's House Museum





Historic Homes of Charleston


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