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Josiah Dennis Manse and Museum, Dennis Port

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Contact: 508-394-0017
This salt box house was built in 1736 for the Reverend Josiah Dennis, for whom the town is named, and was bought by the town in 1967 and fully restored; listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the structure now functions as a monument and museum and offers, among other things, a diorama of the old Shiverick Shipyard and a collection of items having to do with the glory days of the great clipper ships.