Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg is a small town in Virginia that lives and breathes colonial history.

The buildings have either been restored or rebuilt to their original 1700’s condition. The people who work there pursue the crafts that the residents would have performed had they lived in colonial times.

Visiting Colonial Williamsburg is like stepping a few hundred years into the frozen past.

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Mount Vernon

Have you ever gone house shopping and after finding the perfect house, you never want to move again? You would want to spend all your time there to enjoy the beauty of the land and the company of the people who lived there. That was the relationship George Washington had with his estate at Mount Vernon.

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Monticello & Monroe’s Highland

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, was once the home of the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third President of the United States. The estate, including nearly 5,000 acres of surrounding land, is located in the hills just outside of Charlottesville, Virginia.

The house was designed and built by Jefferson after he inherited nearly 5,000 acres from his father when he was 14 years old. 

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White House of the Confederacy

The White House of the Confederacy was the residence of the first and only Confederate President and the First Lady during the Civil War. 

At one time it had been a residence is an upscale community in Richmond. The man who originally owned the house sold it for the purpose of becoming the President’s White House during the war.

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