Grouseland

Grouseland is the former home of William Henry Harrison and his family during his term as Governor of the Indiana Territory, 1803-1812.  The two and half story plantation style mansion served as the centerpiece of territorial government and society.  Grouseland houses a collection of artifacts from Harrison’s life and Indiana’s early settlement period.  Harrison went on to become the 9th President of the United States.

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