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Housewright Samuel Daggett built this structure between 1748 and 1756 in Coventry (now Andover) Connecticut and lived in it with his family. The house, with its steeply sloping roof, was a popular design in rural New England during the mid-1700s. The farmhouse was moved to Greenfield Village in 1977 and offers visitors a glimpse of rural life in Colonial America during the 1760s. Created exclusively for The Henry Ford by F.J. Designs of Ohio as part of the Cat's Meow® Village. 4 3/4" w x 3 1/2" h.