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Rodgers House Review

One of the few 18th-century structures in Havre de Grace, Rodgers House is a two-story redbrick Georgian town house topped by a dormered attic. The town's most historically significant building, it was the home of Admiral John Rodgers, who fired the first shot in the War of 1812. Like most of the other historic houses in Havre de Grace, it's closed to the public but still worth a drive past.

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  • Address: 226 N. Washington St., Havre de Grace, MD 21078 | Map It
  • Location: Havre de Grace

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