1-George Washington

 

NAME OF  SITE DESCRIPTION CITY STATE
BIRTHPLACE Birthplace National Monument Westmoreland VA
BOYHOOD HOME Ferry Farm Fredericksburg VA
SUMMERTIME HOME MOUNT VERNON FAIRFAX COUNTY VA
INAUGURAL SITE Federal Hall  (During Presidency ) New York  CITY  NYC
DEATH PLACE ( RESIDENCE ) Mount Vernon FAIRFAX COUNTY VA
BURIAL PLACE Washington Family Tomb ( outside ) FAIRFAX COUNTY VA
BATTLE BATTLE OF YORKTOWN YORKTOWN VA
WARS Washington Headquarters :  NJ  Morristown NJ
MONUMENT GEORGE WASHINGTON MONUMENT WASHINGTON DC DC

EARLY YEARS

GEORGE WASHINGTON BIRTH PLACE WESTMORELAND, VA,     ONLY THE BASEMENT IS STILL PRESENT

GEORGE WASHINGTON BIRTH PLACE WESTMORELAND, VA

 

BOYHOOD HOME SITE, FERRY FARM,  FREDERICKSBURG, VA BOYHOOD HOME SITE, FERRY FARM,  FREDERICKSBURG, VA

 

FERRY FORM VISITOR CENTER  AND MUSEUM FERRY FARM BOYHOOD MUSEUM EXCAVATION SITE

 

DURING BRITISH RULE – FRENCH INDIAN WAR – Battle of Jumonville Glen – May 28 1954

WASHINGTON’S FIRST BATTLE, JUMONVILLE GLEN

JUMONVILLE GLEN- George Washington Starts a world war

 

WASHINGTON’s ROCKS, JUMONVILLE GLEN JUMONVILLE GLEN- George Washington Starts a world war

 

Battle of Fort Necessity – July 3 1954

FORT NECESSITY  PA FORT NECESSITY PA

 

FORT NECESSITY PA FORT NECESSITY PA

 

Battle of Monongahela – Was under Braddock- Battle of Braddock’s Field – July 9 1755 – Though defeated, but proved that George Washington can lead an army

Braddock was fatally wounded-Marker Braddock was fatally wounded-Marker

 

Washington Statue and Marker Washington Statue and Marker

Fort Loudoun – 1756-1758 – Stayed in this office while constructing the Fort

George Washington’s Office, Winchester VA George Washington’s Office, Winchester VA

 

George Washington’s Office, Winchester VA George Washington’s Office, Winchester VA

Forbes Expedition – Fort Ligonier – 1758

Fort Ligonier Museum Fort Ligonier Museum

 

Fort Ligonier Museum – Washingtons Letters on French Indian Wars Fort Ligonier Museum – George Washington Portrait by Rembrandt Peale

 

Fort Ligonier – George Washington Pistol from Lafayette Fort Ligonier – George Washington Pistol from Lafayette

 

Fort Ligonier- Two miles from here Washington got almost killed by friendly fire Fort Ligonier

 

Fort Ligonier Forbes Road – Built by George Washington

 

Fort Duquesne (Fort Pitt) – Washington lead an army of 2500 towards the fort (near Pittsburgh) but the French had already fled. It was still a victory

The Remains of Fort Pitt The Marker Indicating the French Destroyed the fort

 

Fort Pitt Block House – The only structure to remain from Fort Pitt Fort Pitt Block House

 

DURING AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR

Washington Crossing – Dec 1976 – This effort led to the victory at Trenton and altered the course of the war

Marker in the background of Delaware River Historic Park

 

Thompson-Neely House (Was converted onto a Military Hospital during the war) Thompson-Neely House

 

Battle of Trenton, New Jersey – Dec 26 1976

Battle of Trenton, Monument and Marker Battle of Trenton, Monument and Marker

Valley Forge Winter of 1977-1978

Valley Forge Historic Site Museum Washington’s Headquarters

 

Valley Forge Historic Site Friedrich Von Steuben Statue in Valley Forge

 

Critical Training to Washington’s Army by Steuben Valley Forge Historic Site

Washington Headquarters – Morristown – DEC 1779 to JUNE 1980

WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS MORRISTOWN, MUSEUM WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS MORRISTOWN, NJ, STAYED HERE DURING THE WAR

 

WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS – INSIDE WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS – INSIDE

Battle of Yorktown – Last Battle of American Revolution

BATTLE OF YORKTOWN MUSEUM BATTLE OF YORKTOWN MUSEUM, Washington’s Tent

 

BATTLE OF YORKTOWN MUSEUM, Washington’s Tent BATTLE OF YORKTOWN MUSEUM, Washington’s Tent

 

BATTLE OF YORKTOWN BATTLE OF YORKTOWN

 

BATTLE OF YORKTOWN BATTLE OF YORKTOWN

 

BATTLE OF YORKTOWN Moore House – Surrender Negotiations took place here

 

Fraunces Tavern – George Washington bade an emotional farewell  to his officers after the end of the Revolutionary war

Fraunces Tavern New York, NY Fraunces Tavern New York, NY

 

Fraunces Tavern New York, NY Fraunces Tavern New York, NY

Maryland State House – Resigned His Commission Before the Continental Congress in Dec 1783

Maryland State House, Annapolis MD Maryland State House, Annapolis MD

 

Maryland State House, Annapolis MD Maryland State House, Annapolis MD

 

Maryland State House, Annapolis MD Maryland State House, Annapolis MD

 

PRESIDENTIAL YEARS

FEDERAL HALL, NEW YORK, NY,

GEORGE WASHINGTON’S INAUGURAL SITE

GEORGE WASHINGTON INAUGURATION BIBLE,

FEDERAL HALL, NEW YORK CITY

 

Washington’s House – Philadelphia Washington’s House – Philadelphia

Deshler-Morris House – Germantown White House – in 1793 and in 1794

Deshler-Morris House- Germantown, PA Deshler-Morris House- Germantown-Washington moved here to escape the pandemic in Philadelphia in 1793

 

This house has been well preserved over the years This house has been well preserved over the years

 

KENMORE PLANTATION,  FREDERICKSBURG, VA, WASHINGTON’S SISTER’S HOME, WASHINGTON VISITED HERE

MOUNT  VERNON RESIDENCE, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA

                                                                                                                             

WASHINGTON MEMORIAL AT GRAVE SITE,  MT. VERNON, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA GEORGE & MARTHA WASHINGTON’S  GRAVES AT MT. VERNON, FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA

Leave a Reply