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Photo of George Washington Birthplace National Monument
A replica period house was constructed on the plantation land in Westmoreland County to approximate the original birth house in 1932 and is today known as the "Memorial House." The historical area today consists of 538 acres with the house, the Washington family burial ground, a working demonstration farm and a 18th century period garden. The complex is known as the George Washington National Monument. Interred in the burial ground are 31 other early members of the Washington family beside the father of George. Top image...The reconstructed house referred to as the "Memorial House." Bottom image...Outline of the original birth-house foundation and its close proximity to the replicate dwelling.

Added by: Donald Greyfield
6/23/2006

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