Buttonwoods Museum

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Named for the sycamore or “buttonwood” trees planted on the property in the early 1740s, the Buttonwoods Museum is situated in the middle of hundreds of years of Haverhill and Merrimack Valley history. The historic structures preserved by the Museum are the 1710 John Ward House, the 1814 Duncan House, and the 1859 Daniel Hunkins Shoe Shop. Collections on display in the historic properties and the permament exhibit hall include domestic objects, decorative arts, textiles, furnishings, military

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