Edmund Hartt (died March 14, 1776, aged 77) was a master carpenter and owned the shipyard in Boston, Massachusetts where USS Constitution was constructed in 1797. The shipyard was located in the North End of Boston, near the location of the present Coast Guard base.  He also built USS Boston (1799), USS Argus (1803), and USS Independence (1814).
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