The following information was provided by the Historical Society of Watertown:
The Historical Society of Watertown will be giving Open House tours at the Edmund Fowle House on Feb. 19.
The house was built in 1771 and is one of the oldest remaining in Watertown. In 1775 it became the seat of government for the Provincial Congress, and was the location of the first treaty signing after the United States gained Independence. Now the Fowle House is the headquarters of the Historical society.
The Fowle House is located at 28 Marshall Street, Watertown, 02472. Tours will be held on Sunday, Feb. 19 from 1-4 p.m., with the last tour at 3:15 p.m., Cost: Adults: $5; Seniors: $2.