Objects & Places from Washington, the Indispensable Man

James Thomas Flexner
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Pope's Creek, Virginia - This is the location of George Washington's birthplace.

The Rappahannock River - This river flows through eastern Virginia near the childhood home of George Washington.

Fredericksburg, Virginia - This was the location of George Washington's boyhood home.

Belvoir Mansion - This was the home of British Fairfax family that supported the young George Washington.

The Ohio Valley - This was the place where Washington was commissioned to lead a small expedition to gain intelligence on the French army during 1753 and 1754.

The Shot Heard Round the World - This symbolizes the beginning of the American Revolution against the British when the two armies engage in battle at Concord, Massachusetts.

Bunker Hill - This area near Boston came under siege on June 17, 1775.

Common Sense - This document written by Thomas Paine, outlined arguments against the colonies being ruled by Great Britain.

Declaration of Independence -...

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