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The Washington Library at Mount Vernon acquired five stunning George Washington letters written to François Jean de Beauvoir, Marquis de Chastellux, an Enlightenment thinker and general in the French army during the American War of Independence.
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You've now seen all the different event types.”
All new hangings except valance are completed. Additionally, three chairs are covered with the same fabric.
Washington’s father, Augustine, dies and at the age of 11, Washington becomes an enslaver after inheriting 10 enslaved people from Augustine’s estate.
The French and Indian War, part of the global Seven Years’ War begins after George Washington ambushes a detachment of 40 French Canadian Colonists and kills their commander, known as the Battle of Jumonville Glen. Washington commands the Virginia Regiment in the early years of the war. His actions make him a famed war hero in the British Colonies. The British Empire defeats France and seizes all French-claimed land east of the Mississippi River (excluding New Orleans) including French Canada.