Fraunces Tavern

North and west fronts of Fraunces Tavern on Pearl Street at Broad Street | area = | built = 1719 | architecture = Georgian | architect = | added = March 6, 2008 | visitation_num = | visitation_year = | refnum = 08000140 | governing_body = Private | designated_other2_name = New York City Landmark | designated_other2_date = November 23, 1965 | designated_other2_abbr = NYCL | designated_other2_link = New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission | designated_other2_number = | designated_other2_color = #eeeeee }}

Fraunces Tavern is a landmark museum and restaurant in New York City, situated at 54 Pearl Street at the corner of Broad Street. The location played a prominent role in history before, during and after the American Revolution, serving as a headquarters for George Washington, a venue for peace negotiations with the British, and housing federal offices in the Early Republic. It has been owned since 1904 by Sons of the Revolution in the State of New York Inc., which carried out a major conjectural reconstruction, and claim it is Manhattan's oldest surviving building. The museum interprets the building and its history, along with varied exhibitions of art and artifacts. The tavern is a tourist site and a part of the American Whiskey Trail and the New York Freedom Trail. Provided by Wikipedia
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Author: Rice, Kym S.
Published 1983
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Author: Goler, Robert I.
Published 1987
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Author: Mitnick, Barbara J.
Published 1989
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Published 1993
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