Grouseland Foundation Receives Grant for Historic Structure Report
The Jeffris Family Foundation has awarded a nearly 32-thousand dollar grant to the Grouseland Foundation to fund 50% of the estimated cost of a Historic Structure Report.
The report will provide a roadmap for the restoration and preservation of Grouseland in Vincennes.
Grouseland, built in 1804, served as the home of William Henry Harrison and his family when he was Governor of the Indiana Territory.
The Grouseland Foundation has selected one of the nation’s leading historical architectural firms, Mesick, Cohen, Wilson and Baker, from Albany, New York and Williamsburg, Virginia to conduct the study.