English: The Quaker Whaler House is a two-and-a-half storey, wood frame building with a gabled roof, closely related in style to the early houses of Nantucket Island, Massachusetts. The house is in a busy area of Downtown Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, not far from the Dartmouth side of the Halifax Harbour. Originally the roof was salt-box in form, but an addition accounts for the current gable roof. Today the Quaker Whaler House is operated by the Dartmouth Heritage Museum and is open to the public during the summer months.
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