|This category is for a cultural heritage site in Canada, number 9557 in the Canadian Register of Historic Places.|
|This category is for a cultural heritage site in Canada, number 12401 in the Canadian Register of Historic Places.|
English: The François Bâby House is a historic residence located in Windsor Canada which was owned by the prominent local politician François Baby. The house was known as La Ferme locally, and was a French-Canadian ribbon farm which was a long narrow tract fronting endwise on the Detroit River. The home itself has historical ties to the War of 1812 where it was used as a headquarters by both the American and British forces. The François Baby House (c. 1812 to 1815) is on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.
Português: François Baby House é uma residência/ museu e sede da Windsor's Community Museum. A casa esta localizada na cidade canadense de Windsor.