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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.
Summer travel: The historic grand homes of Northern Virginia
The Washington, D.C. area is full of early American history. While the U.S. is a young country, its beginning history is still highly preserved in many locations.
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Interior of what the schoolhouse would have looked like in the 18th century. The schoolmaster slept in a loft upstairs
View of the Potomac River. Image taken from the upper floor of the schoolhouse. You can see a side-view of the main house.
Visitors explore the outer buildings at Gunston Hall. Most of these structures are replicates.
George and Ann Mason's final resting place
A look at Gunston Hall from the rear angle. This home is in remarkable condition and a well-preserved piece of American history
The view approaching Gunston Hall. Once you enter, you can see how large and ornate this home's interior is
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