Richard Tarrant storehouse | Army barracks [Long Point Settlement No. 3].
Richard Tarrant’s storehouse was the last left on Long Point. It served as a barracks when the defensive batteries out here were actively manned, during the Civil War. (It was almost equidistant between the West Battery and the East Battery.) Then the building was trundled over to the East End, to become what is now best known as the home of Rear Adm. Donald B. MacMillan, Provincetown’s preëminent hometown boy.
¶ Last updated on 18 February 2017.