A registered heritage house in the town of Trinity in Newfoundland, Canada, the Nathaniel Morris House, was part of the social structure which built this town as people gathered here on a regular basis. It is said that the house was built in 1878, but there is evidence of old newspapers from 1862, meaning it could have been erected before.
The Morris house belonged in the family for decades until it was sold several times over and is now in the possession of the O'Dea family. Renovations have been done to restore it to its original state and in September of 1994, it was declared as a Registered Heritage Structure.
The Nathaniel Morris House, ca 1877-1878, in the town of Trinity, Bonavista Peninsula, Trinity Bay, Highway 239, Discovery Trail, Newfoundland, Newfoundland Labrador, Canada.