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I would agree with the above. In writing the article, I made the small but important mistake of saying it was a part of the national historic site rather than the reserve. The reserve and the fort vancouver site are two very different things, and in fact are some distance apart from one another. VanTuckyTalk 18:22, 28 October 2007 (UTC)
Including this house in this article, rather than in the Officers Row article, seems to have stemmed from the misperception (easy to make for out-of-towners), that Officers Row is a part of the Ft. Vancouver site. It is a part of the Ft. National Historic Reserve, a larger national historic area that encompasses both the Fort site (which this article is about) and other sites, such as Officers Row. The site of the fort and officers row are actually some distance apart. VanTuckyTalk 21:55, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
I reverted my own move. There is a "McLoughlin house" in Vancouver, but I see now that I didn't read the text fully and this is the Oregon City McLoughlin House. Big mistake. VanTuckyTalk 22:26, 5 November 2007 (UTC)