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Riversdale

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Site Dates:

Site Owner(s): George Calvert http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Calvert_(planter)

Site Designer(s): Baron de Stier

Alternate Names: The Hills

Associated Sites: Belmont (Pennsylvannia), Clermont, Fairmont

Location: Philadelphia, PA View on Google maps

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