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We the People Images - Mount Vernon and George Washington

"I had rather be at Mount Vernon with a friend or two about me, than to be attended at the seat of government
by the officers of state and the representatives of every power in Europe." George Washington, letter to David Stuart, Jun. 15, 1790

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I took these photographs during several visits to Mount Vernon, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.
School aged children may freely use these photographs for reports and multimedia presentations.

Back of Greenhouse - Info from Mt. Vernon Greenhouse Garden
Back of Mount Vernon Greenhouse close up Stove room greenhouse
Bricks joint 16 sided barn Treading Barn interpreter - Circular Barn
Mount Vernon Compost house Mount Vernon House long view
Cotton plants blooming growing in bed Overseer House Overseer House
Cotton plants in bed Pigpen
Fence 1 Fence 2 Slave quarters Slave quarters beds
Grain growing Straw storage Slave quarters Sign
Flax Plants bed Flower garden Cooking
Tools View across Potomac River from porch
George Washington Surveyor Gristmill - info Gristmill
  George Washington Commander Gristmill Gristmill corn
  George Washington New York Inauguration Mulberry tree - info Sycamore tree - info
  Washington Monument from WWII memorial Pecan tree Mount Vernon - info

"How soon we forget history ... Government is not reason. Government is not eloquence.
It is force. And, like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master." - George Washington

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posted 10/2008 by Cynthia J. O'Hora