George Washingtons home Mount Vernon Virginia late th century This plantation on the banks of the Potomac River was inherited by George Washington from his sisterinlaw in Washington had the house rebuilt as it appears today and operated the estate as five separate farms After the War of Independence he returned to Mount Vernon and resided there for a considerable amount of time during his two terms as President After Washingtons death the fortunes of the estate declined until in it was acquired by the Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union who restored it Today Mount Vernon is a popular tourist attraction Photograph from Portfolio of Photographs of Famous Scenes Cities and Paintings by John L Stoddard published by the Werner Company Chicago c
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