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relics of mount vernon. he would have seen china and furniture and portraits. you would have even seen the bed were george washington had died. then people from all across the country came to arlington to see these mementos. it was almost as if it was a museum. and there was something else slaves who had dissented. you might ask yourself how that's possible. didn't he famously free of the slaves? he did but what he could not do much as he wanted to was read his wife's slaves. some of those slaves became the property of george washington's adopted son. now, we. now, lee himself that the slavery was an evil institution. there you should not make the mistake of thinking he was an abolitionist. he certainly was not. he prayed for a for a day the government and slavery. it may surprise you to no he thought slavery was worse for whites that it was for the slaves themselves which is an attitude that is probably hard for us to understand today, today, but basically he just wanted nothing to do with his institution. he tried his hardest to avoid it as much as possible. what albany to have ultim
china and furniture and portraits that had once been in mount vernon. you would have even seen the bed where george washington had died and supposedly george washington park custis had left it in the exact position that george washington liked it. and people from all across the country came from arlington to see these mementos. it was almost as if arlington was a museum. and there was something else a sadder legacy, there were slaves who had descended from mount vernon. you might ask yourself how is that possible? didn't george washington famously free all his slaves in his will? he did free all his own slaves, but what he couldn't do -- much as he wanted to do -- was he couldn't free his wife's sleafs. and some of those slaves became property of george washington's adopted son. now, lee himself thought that slavery was an evil institution. finish though you shouldn't make the mistake of thinking he was an abolitionist. he certainly was not. he did pray for a day that god would end slavery. it may surprise you to know that he actually thought slavery was worse for whites than it wa
19th century you would have seen china furniture, portraits that had once been in mount vernon. you have you have even seen the bed were george washington died and supposedly george washington parke up to have left it in the exact same condition. people from all people from all across the country came to arlington to see these mementos. it was almost as if arlington was a museum. there was something else the legacy slaves who had dissented from mount vernon. you might ask yourself how that was possible. didn't george didn't george washington famously free all the slaves and as well? he did for his own slaves. what he could not do much as he wanted to was free his wife's slaves. and some and some of those became the property of george washington's adopted son. now, lee himself that the slavery was an evil institution. there you should not make the mistake of thinking he was an abolitionist. he certainly was not. he he prayed for the day the government and slavery though it may surprise you know that he thought slavery was worse for whites that it was with the slaves themselves which
china furniture portraits in mount vernon. we you would even see the bed where george washington died and it was left in the same conditions that george washington liked it. people from all across the country came to our lincoln to see the moment shows as a far lincoln was the museum. there was something else at arlington. a sadder legacy for mount vernon. there were slaves who descended from mount vernon. how was that possible? didn't george washington famously free his slaves in his will? he did free his own slaves but what he couldn't do much as he wanted to do, he couldn't free his wife's waves and some of those slaves became the property of george washington's adopted son. lee himself thought that slavery was an evil institution. you shouldn't make the mistake he was an abolitionist which was not an abolitionist. he did pray god would end slavery but he thought it was worse for whites ban slaves themselves which is an attitude that is hard for us to understand but he wanted nothing to do with his institution. he tried his hardest to avoid it as much as possible. what ultimat
would've seen china and furniture and portraits that had once been in mount vernon. you would even seem the bed where george washington had died, and supposedly george washington left in exact same condition that george washington liked it. people from all across the country came to arlington to see these. it was almost as if arlington was a museum. there was something else that arlington. a sadder legacy. there was slaves from mount vernon. you might ask yourself how is that possible, didn't george washington famously free all of his slaves in his will? he did free all his own slaves but what he couldn't do much as he wanted to do but he couldn't free his wife's white slave. some of those slaves became the property of george washington adopted son. now lee himself thought that slavery was an evil institution. though you shouldn't make the mistake of thinking was an abolitionist. he certainly was not an abolitionist. he did pray for a day that god would end of slavery though it may surprise you don't actually thought slavery was worse for whites that was for slaves themselves which
relics of mt. vernon. if you had gone to arlington in the 19th century you would have seen china furniture and portraits that had once been at mt. vernon. you wouldn't have seen the bed were george washington died in supposedly george washington listed in the exact same condition that george washington liked it. people from all across the country came to arlington to see these. it's almost as if arlington was a museum. and there was something else at arlington. there were slaves who have dissented from mt. vernon and you might ask yourself how is that possible? didn't george washington famously free all the slaves in his will? he did free all of his own slaves but what he couldn't do much as he wanted to do was he couldn't free his white slaves in some of the slaves became the property of george washington's adopted son. now we himself that slavery was an evil institution. though you shouldn't make the mistake of thinking he was an abolitionist. he certainly was not an abolitionist. he did pray for a day that god would end slavery but it may surprise now that he thought slavery w
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