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George Washinton was buried on his house on Mount Vernon. First, washington had 2000acres of territory and finished out with 8000 acres of his territory. Probably in just 1 acre was George washingtons house. They still have on the house all of the furniture that george washington actually had on his house when he was living there.

Washingtons Family lived on a farm named “mansion house farm” also know ad Mount Vernon. The Mansion has a great sight to the potomac river.  There were some cabins, were all the aproximtely 320 salves stay there, and lived there. When washington died in 1799, 97 salves were still living at the mansion.

Mount Vernon is a place to see. I was very happy to see it cause its like it was george washington house. When I was there standing I felt like wow, George Washington was waling here. I was surprised to find out that George Washington had slaves and he was later the president of the United States.

Being in Mount Vernon was very excited and interesting since the beginning until the las momment that we went to a little IMAX were it was as if we were on Treton Battle,  it feel very real.

 

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