143 Ontario Street
Lockport, NY 14094
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A National Register Museum home (1823) that predates the construction of the Erie Canal. First red brick home in Lockport. Build by Erie Canal entrepreneur William Bond and sold to Jesse Hawley, the man credited with inspiring Gov. DeWitt Clinton to build the canal. Twelve room home is finished in Empire Period furnishings.
Guided tours of this twelve room pre-Victorian home.
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