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Hawthorne Cottage National Historic Site

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Hawthorne Cottage National Historic Site

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Located in Brigus, it was the residence of Captain Bob Bartlett, a famed Arctic explorer. Bartlett is credited by marine historian Thomas Appleton in his efforts to save the crew of the ill–fated Karluk under Arctic explorer Vilhjalmur Stefansson.

Built in 1830 by Brigus merchant John Leamon, Hawthorne Cottage came into the Bartlett family through Bartlett’s mother, Mary Leamon Bartlett, granddaughter of John Leamon. In 1834 the house was moved 10 kilometers from its original site in Cochranedale to its current location in the centre of Brigus.

 

1 South St, Brigus, NL

Newfoudland & Labrador

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