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Liberia Plantation: Built in 1825
by William James Weir and his wife Harriett Bladen Mitchell Weir and that would become known as Liberia. The house was originally situated on 1,660 acres.
On the eve of the Civil War the plantation had grown into one of the largest and most successful in western Prince William County. With the labor of 90 slaves the Plantation produced grains and vegetables sold commercially in Washington City. The Weir's also raised a large herd of Moreno sheep as well as horses, cattle, and hogs.