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Built in 1804 for governor-turned-president William Henry Harrison, this stately residence is fit for any dignitary but inviting enough to tempt tourists. The two-story redbrick was named for the ample grouse, or game birds, in the vicinity. But more than its surroundings, the home's historic events made it a National Historic Landmark: The home served as the negotiation chambers for the important Treaty of Grouseland.
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