|One of the many unmarked historic houses of historic Salem MA|
|Jonathan Archer House is over 300 years old|
|The Crowninshield-Bentley House is now owned by Essex Peabody Museum|
|The Derby House was a gift to another member of the Crowninshield family.|
They lived in the house through the American Revolution and made a fortune on the trade of goods from East India. He is said to have been the first millionaire of the United States.
|The Gardner Pingree House was one of the filming locations for the 1979 Merchant Ivory film adaptation of Henry James' novel The Europeans|
|The magnificent Hamilton Hall|
Hamilton Hall was also designed by the famous Samuel McIntire and it was named after Alexander Hamilton one of the founding Fathers, soldier, economist, political philosopher, and one of America's first constitutional lawyers and the first United States Secretary of the Treasury.
|Gideon Tucker House|
To find these houses and other historic landmarks in Salem - see this map of the city
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