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Daniel Webster is best remembered as a statesman, orator, lawyer, U.S. Senator and Secretary of State. He is least remembered for being a farmer, fisherman and hunter. Daniel Webster came to Marshfield in 1828 and, two years later bought the 600-acre Thomas Farm. During the twenty years that he lived here, Webster expanded to an 1800-acre farm that he named "Green Harbor". It was described as "an English country estate".
In its day, the Webster Estate encompassed a large portion of Marshfield, including present day landmarks such as, the Green Harbor Golf Course, the Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary, conservation and recreation land and the Isaac Winslow House.
Visit the beautiful Webster Estate and learn about famous orator and statesman Daniel Webster, his family and his property! Open Houses start in June. They are the first Sunday of the month and Thursdays from 1-4 and are free. Donations gladly accepted! The Daniel Webster Estate is handicap accessible on the first floor only. A/C for your comfort. The lovely mansion is available for weddings, rehearsal dinners, functions, meetings and corporate events.