A Childhood Place reveals George Washington’s childhood in Popes Creek, Virginia. The land between Mattox and Popes Creek belonged to the Washington family for about 75 years before Washington’s birth, and George lived there until he was 3 years old and returned as a teenager. A Childhood Place features reenactments of how life might have looked when George Washington was a child in the 18th century.
Our DVD also features three bonus films featuring reenactments and demonstrations. The Defense of Fort McHenry tells the story of Francis Scott Key and the Star Spangled Banner, This is Frederica explains Fort Frederica’s importance in stunting Spanish expansion into America, and Hopewell Furnace highlights the crafts and skills native to Hopewell Village in Pennsylvania.
Our DVD is a collection of informative and interesting videos with captivating modern reenactments, and great for the whole family.
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