- Tips for beginners
- Presidential Grave List
- 1) George Washington
- 2) John Adams*
- 3) Thomas Jefferson
- 4) James Madison
- 5) James Monroe
- 6) John Quincy Adams*
- 7) Andrew Jackson
- 8) Martin Van Buren*
- 9) William Henry Harrison
- 10) John Tyler
- 11) James K. Polk
- 12) Zachary Taylor
- 13) Millard Fillmore*
- 14) Franklin Pierce*
- 15) James Buchanan*
- 16) Abraham Lincoln
- 17) Andrew Johnson
- 18) Ulysses S. Grant*
- 19) Rutherford B. Hayes
- 20) James A. Garfield
- 21) Chester A. Arthur*
- 22) Grover Cleveland*
- 23) Benjamin Harrison
- 24) Grover Cleveland*
- 25) William McKinley
- 26) Theodore Roosevelt*
- 27) William Howard Taft*
- 28) Woodrow Wilson*
- 29) Warren G. Harding
- 30) Calvin Coolidge*
- 31) Herbert Hoover
- 32) Franklin D. Roosevelt*
- 33) Harry S. Truman
- 34) Dwight D. Eisenhower
- 35) John F. Kennedy*
- 36) Lyndon B. Johnson
- 37) Richard M. Nixon*
- 38) Gerald R. Ford
- 39) Jimmy Carter
- 40) Ronald Reagan*
- 41) George Bush
- 42) Bill Clinton
- 43) George W. Bush
- 44) Barack Obama
- 45) Donald Trump
- Other Historical People
- 46) Joe Biden
Federalist or None
Commander of the Continental Army during the American Revolution.
Helped to write the United States Constitution.
Vice President was John Adams
Birthplace: Pope's Creek, VA
George Washington was born February 22, 1732 in Pope's Creek (then Bridges Creek), Virginia. His birthplace is now a national monument. The home burned down around 1734, and they moved to Ferry Farm. A birthplace replica was built in 1932 for the bicentennial of his birth.
Boyhood Home: Fredericksburg, VA
George lived here, in this farm, for 3 years. It is located in Fredericksburg, Virginia. The Estate is named "Ferry Farm."
Home: Philadelphia, PA
George lived and did business here. It is located in Philadelphia, PA. It is named "Deshler-Morris House".
President's House Site
While this was not the Deshler-Morris House/Germantown White House, (which was closed this particular day), this was the site of the President's House where George Washington and John Adams lived when Philadelphia was the capital of the United States.
Home: Alexandria, VA
George lived here from 1761-1799. It is named "Mount Vernon".
Home: Charles Town, WV
George Washington inherited these lands from Thomas Fairfax. He gave them to Samuel Washington.
Home: Alexandria, VA
Washington lived here from 1760-1799. It is named "River Farm".
Ancestral Home: Tyne and Wear, England
The home of the ancestors of George Washington.
Gravesite: Alexandria, VA
In 1831, George and Martha Washington's bodies were moved to a newly built brick tomb, first in the wall, and than in the tombs.
Former Burial Location: Alexandria, VA
On Decemeber 13, 1799, George Washington surveyed his lands, it was foul weather, and the next day he became ill of a sore throat. That night, he died in his bed surrounded by family, and on Decemeber 18, 1799, he was interred in this Old Tomb on the Estate. However, in his will, he directed to be buried in a new tomb, (which he selected the site for), which would replace the old one, which was deteriorating. This tomb has been restored.
Memorial: Washington, D.C.
The Washington Monument was dedicated in 1884 as a memorial to George Washington.
On the first day in Washington, though it was rainy, we walked from Arlington to the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument. A few days later, when it was good weather, we went back and saw the monument again.
Memorial: Keystone, SD
The Mount Rushmore Memorial includes Presidents Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Jefferson. It was carved by Gutzon Borglum.
Memorial: Alexandria, VA
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial was built between 1922 and 1932 in his honor.
Memorial: New York, NY
Located outside of Federal Hall is a statue of George Washington, he took the Oath of Office here in 1789, and again in 1794.
On December 22, 2014, my friend Dhruv and I went to New York for the day, to spend time in the City the Never Sleeps before Christmas. This time, I had planned to go visit Federal Hall, and so the two of us took a guided tour through the hallowed ground where our first President once stood.
Headquarters: Newburg, NY
Gen. George Washington operated here during the Revolutionary War.
On July 15, 2009, we went to Newburg to pick out the granite for our new countertops, after we picked it out, we saw a sign that pointed out that Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site was nearby. We decided to visit this as well. We got the tour of the headquarters, and it was wonderful! We then went to the FDR Library and Museum in Hyde Park.
This is the sign outside of the headquarters.
This plaque is located on the boulder in front of the monument.
The Minutemen Monument
This monument commemorates those minutemen who lost their lives fighting in the Revolution.
This plaque says that the Headquarters has been designated a National Historic Landmark.
Washington would use these steps to get unto his horse before battles.
This is a well where Washington would get water.
This sundial was used to tell time.
Building where Washington stayed while he was at the headquarters.
A monument to the 19th Rigament of the New York State Militia.
Office and Museum: Winchester, VA
From September of 1755 until December of 1756, this served as Washington's Law Office. It now serves as a museum.
Kenmore Plantation: Fredericksburg, VA
Kenmore was the home of Washington's sister, Betty Washington Lewis. Mary Ball Washington, George's mother, is buried here.
Arlington House: Arlington, VA
While not exactly one of Washington's homes, this was the home of his nephew-in-law, Robert E. Lee. This house contains the bed in which Washington took his final breath.
When we had visited the JFK Eternal Flame and William Taft's graves, we decided to tour the Arlington House, which was in the cemetery. Unfortunately, (yet another highlight of our trip to Washington!), it was empty of most furnishings, (including the deathbed), in preperation for a restoration project to be finished the next year (2010).