George Washington’s home to be rebuilt

Published on October 24th, 2012 | by Admin


Excavations at Ferry Farm, the boyhood home of President George Washington, has revealed it’s foundations opening up the possibility of rebuilding the structure.

If all goes well, that may mean they could break ground in 2013 to reconstruct Washington’s boyhood home.

“The goal is to reconstruct or build a structure of what would have been on the landscape at the time of Washington’s youth,” Garner says.

He says the site would be developed as a museum and center for the study of Washington, especially during his formative years.

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Story: WTOP

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