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George Francis Bartlum Roberts House, 412 William Street, Key West, Monroe County, FL

George Francis Bartlum Roberts House, 412 William Street, Key West, Monroe County, FL

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Significance: A typical one-and-a-half story, Conch cottage. These simple houses, traditionally built by mariners, spongers and fishermen who migrated from the Bahama Islands, and were known locally as Conchs, were designed to meet the rigors of their near-tropical island location.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-31
Survey number: HABS FL-183
Building/structure dates: 18q5 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


Key West (Fla.)24.55862, -81.79986
Google Map of 24.5586227, -81.7998585


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