The Washington Library Center for Digital History is the headquarters for the digital humanities at George Washington's Mount Vernon

The Washington Library Center for Digital History is tasked with:

  • Facilitating research into the Revolutionary and Founding Eras through the creation of electronic databases
  • Developing multimedia content that educates the public about the Revolutionary and Founding Eras utilizing the latest research
  • Proactively distributing information about the Revolutionary and Founding Eras through electronic mediums that create the greatest reach and impact

Digital Resources of the Washington Library include:

George Washington Digital Encyclopedia

George Washington Digital Encyclopedia

Reaching more than 10,000,000 people since its creation in 2013, the Digital Encyclopedia examines the wide range of subjects related to George Washington’s world and the colonial and founding eras.

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George Washington's Friends and Enemies

George Washington's Friends and Enemies

Thanks to the generous support of the Virginia SAR, the George Washington's Friends and Enemies project will facilitate the research of the people most important to George Washington's life.

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George Washington Day by Day

George Washington Day by Day

The Day by Day database will offer a GIS-located data set exploring George Washington's life on a daily basis.

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