Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Just in Time for the Fourth of July, George Washinton's Boyhood Home Discovered by Archaeologists

This is the spot where George Washington supposedly cut down the cherry tree and then in a moment of guilt feeling had to confess to his father.

That story has never been proven and the experts that dug this site of George's boyhood home did not locate a hatchet.

The house burnt on Christmas Eve in 1740 when George was a lad, but it is an interesting story and you may read about at


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