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I enjoyed going to the field trip and seeing how life used to be back in the day. All I can say is we have it easy nowadays. You have to wake up early to everything like food and wash clothes and go to school. I feel sorry for the slaves back in the days. George mason had it easy with people working for him.

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The house looks small to me but it has a lot of land and the Potomac river is close to the house. Its very cool that his wife and himself are buried in his land. It’s a cool place to visit and tour I recommend it to anyone that loves history.

 

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  1. Swagalicous on January 24th, 2019 8:19 am

    I enjoyed going here also. The land is very beautiful and peaceful. That being my second time going, I learned more stuff that I didn’t know the first time I went. My favorite part about the entire field trip is how they remodeled the house and even had someone play as one of George Mason’s daughter.

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