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Decatur House

1610 H St. N.W.
Washington, DC
Home of Commodore Stephen Decatur, suppressor of the Barbary pirates. The first private residence on Lafayette Square, it was built in 1818-1819. Decatur occupied it only shortly, dying in the house on the evening of March 22, 1820, after a fatal duel with Commodore James Barron

The house also includes preserved slave quarters


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