Walls of the fort and Captains house – the oldest English house in the New World (1280×936)

The crumbling walls of the Captains House. Erected by Butler in 1621, it is now the oldest standing English house in the New World. – Photo by Douglas Inglis © 2012 the Warwick Project

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Author:Doug Inglis: divingarchaeology.com

I study the archaeology of seaborne exploration and contact. I am passionate about public history and outreach, and write about nautical archaeology at http://divingarchaeology.com