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Review: Gunston Hall - A tour of the home and life of George Mason
George Mason was born a fourth generation Virginian in Colonial America. A man who was very influential in his time, but over the years had became less known in history. A tour of his home, Gunston Hall, tells his piece of Early American history.
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A look at Gunston Hall from the rear angle. This home is in remarkable condition and a well-preserved piece of American history
Visitors explore the outer buildings at Gunston Hall. Most of these structures are replicates.
Interior of what the schoolhouse would have looked like in the 18th century. The schoolmaster slept in a loft upstairs
The view approaching Gunston Hall. Once you enter, you can see how large and ornate this home's interior is
George and Ann Mason's final resting place
View of the Potomac River. Image taken from the upper floor of the schoolhouse. You can see a side-view of the main house.
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