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Alvin T. Smith House

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  1. a two-story home on Elm Street in Forest Grove, Oregon, United States

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  2. Completed in 1856, it is the second oldest building in the city and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974

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  3. A Greek Revival style house, it was built by pioneer Alvin T. Smith beginning in 1854

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  4. Alvin Smith settled on a 643 acre farm on the Tualatin Plains south of what became West Tuality Plains in 1841

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  5. The home sits on a 2.2 acre site on the south side of Forest Grove off Oregon Route 47

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