George Washington's Headquarters

George Washington Headquarters Photo
One-room cabin used by George Washington while an aide to General Braddock. Built 1754-1755, it is the only remaining structure of Ft. Cumberland.


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Riverside Park at Greene St
Cumberland, MD
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Rated 4 by Ancamna

November 05, 2022


Snippet of American history

It was cool! Neat local and American history. Great for an afternoon ramble. In addition to signs, there was an audio description with added information that you could listen to by pushing a button...

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Rated 3 by SatnamYMas

September 12, 2020


Homeless detract from amazing history

I was excited to visit. I have been to Mount Vernon, am interested in the French and Indian war and have been to similar era Forts in Western PA. The house itself was not open but interesting...

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Rated 3 by LocalLover61

October 27, 2019


A Piece of American History

George Washington's Headquaters were used as his command post as commander of the Virginia troops during the French and Indian War. It's a very small cabin, yet it gives you a peak into the past...

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