George Washington's Lumber Job (sample)

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A man of wooden teeth need never be low on lumber. The Mansion at George Washington's Mount Vernon is one of the most iconic 18th-century homes in America. The building began as a one and one-half story house built in 1734 by George Washington's father, Augustine Washington, and received its well-known name from his half-brother Lawrence Washington. George Washington began running Mount Vernon in 1754, and over the next 45 years slowly enlarged the dwelling to create the 21-room residence we see today. Washington oversaw each renovation, advising on design, construction, and decoration, despite being away much of the time. Conscious that the world was watching, Washington selected architectural features that expressed his growing status as a Virginia gentleman and ultimately as the leader of a new nation. Visit for some American history. For construction materials post a job on BidBird. Get posting. Get bidding. BidBird

Delivery Method: willcall

State: Virginia

Zip Code: 22121

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