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Frank Drake, George's son, inherited the property and lived in the building all his life.
When Haystack was resettled Frank Drake refused to move, and remained in the house at Haystack for an additional 12 years.
Here, you will explore our ancient Aboriginal history and see how we live our lives today. At Home in Central Newfoundland Discover the rich history of Central Newfoundland, from Aboriginal cultures thriving here 5,000 years ago to the great changes of 20th century industrial development.
Displays include artifacts of ancient Maritime Archaic Indians, the Palaeoeskimo and Beothuk, and of the European and Mi’kmaq who came next.
In 1969 the house was floated by barge from Haystack to its present site in Arnold's Cove.