Category:Henry House (Halifax)

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National Historic Site of Canada


English: Henry House is a two-and-a-half-storey stone house located on Barrington Street in the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada. The house is primarily known for its association with William Alexander Henry, a prominent native of Halifax who resided in the house with his family from 1854-1864. Henry was a Father of Confederation, a co-author of the British North America Act, a provincial Attorney General,a Member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly, a Mayor of Halifax and the first Nova Scotian to serve as a justice of the Supreme Court of Canada. The house is designated a National Historic Site of Canada, and is both a Provincially Registered Property and a Municipally Registered Property under the provincial Heritage Property Act. Since 1968, the house has been used for restaurant uses.

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Last modified on 8 March 2014, at 01:34