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Which house is older?

The White House had its first cornerstone laid in 1792. Read More
Sherburne House, in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, was built in 1695.  
 


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  TOP CREDIT: Runyon, Robert, photographer. "White House, June 1917." June 1917. The South Texas Border: The Robert Runyon Photograph Collection, Library of Congress.
BOTTOM CREDIT: "Sherburne House, after restoration, 1998. It was built in 1695 and is the oldest building on the museum site." Photo by William Fish, Strawbery Banke Museum, for "Strawbery Banke," a New Hampshire Local Legacies project