New York, NY (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
The creators of a website about the Phineas Upham House hope that the site will educate and inform visitors about the history of this particular historic home, as well as prompt them to continue learning about the many historic sites of Colonial Massachusetts.
The Phineas Upham House was constructed in Melrose, Massachusetts in 1703 by the descendant of a colonist named John Upham who traveled from Weymouth, England to Boston in 1635. It was owned by the Upham family until it was sold to the Melrose Historical Society in 1913. The Upham Family Society, a group of the descendants of John Upham, has owned and maintained the house since 1940. The currently grant interested parties visitation to the house by appointment.
PhineasUphamHouse.com has notes on the full history of the home, its construction style, and a Phineas Upham House Gallery of pictures and blueprints of the house. The site also contains directions to visit the house and news about events and renovations.
For additional information, visit www,phineasuphamhouse.com.