Daniel and Miriam Pease House

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Daniel and Miriam Pease House
Daniel and Miriam Pease House is located in New York
Daniel and Miriam Pease House
Location 361 Cemetery Rd., Oswego, New York
Coordinates 43°25′33″N 76°33′37″W / 43.42583°N 76.56028°W / 43.42583; -76.56028Coordinates: 43°25′33″N 76°33′37″W / 43.42583°N 76.56028°W / 43.42583; -76.56028
Area 84 acres (34 ha)
Built 1826
Architectural style Federal
Governing body Private
MPS Freedom Trail, Abolitionism, and African American Life in Central New York MPS
NRHP Reference # 02000053[1]
Added to NRHP February 26, 2002

Daniel and Miriam Pease House is a historic home located at Oswego in Oswego County, New York. It is a five bay, two story frame Federal style residence with a one story rear wing. Also on the property is a three story timber framed barn. Its owners, Daniel and Miriam Pease, were noted abolitionists and the house is documented as having been used as a way station on the Underground Railroad.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.[1]

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