Key West's 'Oldest House'

On Duval Street and built in 1829 by one of the many ship captains who shaped life in Key West in the 19th century, this charming clapboard affair is open to the public - at no charge - and  offers an interesting window back into a time when this city was turning itself into Florida's most dynamic.

Read more about the "Conch Republic" in Tripatini member Fyllis Hockman's post Key West - Florida History Wrapped up in Fanciful Funk & Frivolity.

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