George’s bath tub and Abe’s cottage

In honor of Presidents’ Day in the U.S.. which celebrates the February birthdays of both President George Washington and President Abraham Lincoln, here are some past posts about some not as well-known sites associated with these two famous leaders.

George Washington’s bath tub. Now I've seen everything... George Washington's bath tub where he "took the waters" in present-day Berkeley Springs, WV, oldest warm spring resort in the US... And supposedly they re-enact the bath every year. History people can be crazy!

The not-s0-famous Lincoln memorial in Washington, D.C.

President Lincoln’s cottage.P1040248

The unexpected Mount Vernon.

The President’s house in Philadelphia.

Lincoln history and Chinese food. 

Kate or Kit

A President and his mules.

About Tim

Author, public historian, and consultant. Author site: timgrove.net - My fifth book, Star Spangled: The Story of a Flag, a Battle, and the American Anthem, will be published in early 2020. Consulting site: grovehistoryconsulting.com I specialize in exhibition development, interpretive planning, education strategy, and history relevance. I'm passionate about helping history organizations of all sizes and kinds make history more relevant for their communities and the people they engage with. I'm happy to consider many types of writing projects for informal learning organizations. Reach me at tim@grovehistoryconsulting.com or authortimgrove@gmail.com
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