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Royal Governor William Shirley's Georgian mansion is the only remaining country house in America built by a British Royal Colonial Governor. This imposing design is attributed to Peter Harrison, America's first architect. -Built in 1747 with profits and perquisites gained from Shirley's leadership
One of the most formal and imposing Georgian houses in New England, built by William Shirley, a Royal Governor (1741-49, 1753-56). American forces used it as a barracks and hospital during their siege of Boston (1775-76).
the Shirley-Eustis House was built in Roxbury during the period 1747-1751 by William Shirley, appointed Royal Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony and Commander-in-Chief of all British forces in North America by George II. - The House is one of only four remaining Royal Colonial Governors' mansions
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