from the Doylestown area in United States
The 1722 Keith House at Graeme Park is a National Historic Landmark and the only remaining home of one of Pennsylvania's colonial era governors. Much of the original Georgian architecture including paint, paneling, and flooring remains intact. The early owners and residents of the home, the Keiths, Graemes, and Fergussons, all trace their roots to Scotland and we hold an annual Celtic Festival each year in their honor.
Today I Posted a new video with details about our Celtic Festival and great music clips by the Hooligans.
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