Dutch Colonial

Isaac Kremer/ January 14, 2018/ / 0 comments

The houses built by Dutch settlers and others in New Netherlands, particularly along the Hudson River, in northern New Jersey, and in eastern Long Island during the Colonial era. 2. Today a vague house style usually having a gambrel roof, possibly with extended eaves in imitation of an actual Colonial house popular in New Jersey and Long Island after 1750. Photo from Old Orchard Beach, Maine, 2021. (Foster, 2004)

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