Brooks House - 17 Shackford

Brooks House
Brooks House
Brooks House
Brooks House
Brooks House
Brooks House
Brooks House
Brooks House
Brooks House, c.1895
Brooks House, c.1895
Brooks House, 2012. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-17_Eastport2012(winter)1(ED)(72).jpg
Brooks House, 2012. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-17_Eastport2012(winter)1(ED)(72).jpg
Brooks House, Interior Detail, 2013. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-17_Eastport_August2013_108(72).jpg
Brooks House, Interior Detail, 2013. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-17_Eastport_August2013_108(72).jpg
Brooks House, Interior, 2013. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-17_Eastport_August2013_107(72).jpg
Brooks House, Interior, 2013. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-17_Eastport_August2013_107(72).jpg
Brooks House, Detail, 2013. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-17_Eastport_August2013_71(72).jpg
Brooks House, Detail, 2013. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-17_Eastport_August2013_71(72).jpg
Brooks House, Interior Detail, 2013. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-17_August2013_34(72).jpg
Brooks House, Interior Detail, 2013. Photograph by Thaddeus Holownia. PHOTO#: Shackford-17_August2013_34(72).jpg
Address:
17 Shackford Street
Eastport, Maine

Architectural Styles

  • Federal
The Brooks House 13 Shackford Street, a half-Federal cape. Capt. Anthony Brooks was a prominent Eastport sea captain during the embargo years to after the War of 1812. He often sailed ships for Jabez Mowry. During the British occupation of Eastport, he too was exiled to Lubec. During the War of 1812, the British cruiser Breame twice captured him and his vessels.

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