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Furnished in the era of 1866, this historical home and museum depict the lifestyle of Capt.William Kennedy and his family. Kennedy was a explorer, and entrepreneur. Since the destruction of several early stone houses along the Red River, Kennedy House now stands as one of only seven remaining settlers homes and one of only three in excellent condition.

Where:
Captain Kennedy House and Museum
417 River Road, St. Andrews
When:
From Sunday, June 2, 2013 to Sunday, September 22, 2013
What:
Past the Perimeter
Neighbourhood:
St. Andrews
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