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gar′rison house`

1. a style of early New England house in which the second floor projects beyond the first.
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Just hours after reporting the disappearance to Ballard, resident thugs—Theo and Nate—break into the Garrison house in the middle of the night.
She was a contributor to Exeter, New Hampshire, 1888-1988, by Nancy Merrill and helped to edit Bob's book about Exeter's Garrison House, The Old Logg House by the Bridge.
Other venues include Hall's Harbour Lobster Pound (, Annapolis Royal (, Garrison House Inn (, the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic ( and Pier 21, Canada's Immigration Museum (
The MOTSU Commander's quarters had been the Garrison House overlooking the Cape Fear River and one of the oldest buildings in historic Southport.
In Lancaster, the guide will spotlight the First Church, the library, the Prescott Building, the town hall, the Thayer Performing Arts Center, at 438 Main St., and The Intervale, the site of the Mary Rowlandson garrison house, on Main Street.
Garrison House in Millport is being retained by the family's estate.
Dorothy was active in her communities as a Girl Scout leader for many years as well as a member of the Garrison House in Chelmsford and active in East Hartland working as an assistant town clerk, working at the voting polls and volunteering at the school.
Ground was broken for a garrison house, which will be used for filming the movie, `The Captive.' The land, on Main Street, Lancaster, near Atlantic Union College, is on land owned by Steve Quill.