Swain-Harrison HouseEdit profile
The Swain-Harrison House in Branford, Connecticut, also known as Harrison House and Museum or the Harrison-Linsley House, is a classic example of a Connecticut saltbox structure . The original date of erection was given as 1680 in the house's application for listing on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. A current website of the Branford Historical Society asserts that the building dates from 1724.
It has period furnishings, local historical items, archives, a barn and a herb garden.