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Fairfax County, Virginia (VA) - Books and Beyond: Fairfax County Public Library's First Fifty Years by Nan Netherton

Fairfax County, Virginia (VA) - Books and Beyond: Fairfax County Public Library's First Fifty Years by Nan Netherton

Fairfax County, Virginia (VA) - Road Orders, 1749-1800. Published With Permission from the Virginia Transportation Research Council (A Cooperative ... and the University of Virginia)

Fairfax County, Virginia (VA) - Road Orders, 1749-1800. Published With Permission from the Virginia Transportation Research Council (A Cooperative ... and the University of Virginia)

America's First Negro Poet: The Complete Works (Empire State Historical Publications Series) by Jupiter Hammon CLICK TO READ MORE

America's First Negro Poet: The Complete Works (Empire State Historical Publications Series) by Jupiter Hammon CLICK TO READ MORE

Fairfax County (VA) Podcast - Fairfax County Public Library Bookcasts

Fairfax County (VA) Podcast - Fairfax County Public Library Bookcasts

Fairfax County, Virginia (VA) - Washington, D.C. and the Potomac Region: With Alexandria, Arlington, Montgomery, Fairfax and Prince George's Counties (A Contemporary Portrait) by Bonnie Jacob

Fairfax County, Virginia (VA) - Washington, D.C. and the Potomac Region: With Alexandria, Arlington, Montgomery, Fairfax and Prince George's Counties (A Contemporary Portrait) by Bonnie Jacob

West Ford (c. 1784-1863), American farmer and founder of Gum Spring, Virginia, is said by some to be the black son of George Washington. His mother was Venus, a mulatto slave owned by Washington's brother. Ford was the only slave on the plantation that was freed, maybe because he was a blood relative fathered by one of the Washington men. By 1860 he was the second richest free black person in Fairfax County.

West Ford (c. 1784-1863), American farmer and founder of Gum Spring, Virginia, is said by some to be the black son of George Washington. His mother was Venus, a mulatto slave owned by Washington's brother. Ford was the only slave on the plantation that was freed, maybe because he was a blood relative fathered by one of the Washington men. By 1860 he was the second richest free black person in Fairfax County.

I have a slight obsession -ok, not just slight - with stationary. Saw a post about this company at the National Stationary Show (I know, roll your eyes - but you are jealous aren't you). LOVE these cards!!! Wish it were my bday soon - they'd be the top of the list!

Virginia Letterpress State Print // 1canoe2 // Hand illustrated

I have a slight obsession -ok, not just slight - with stationary. Saw a post about this company at the National Stationary Show (I know, roll your eyes - but you are jealous aren't you). LOVE these cards!!! Wish it were my bday soon - they'd be the top of the list!

Precise speed limit sign at Morven Park in Leesburg, Virginia

Precise speed limit sign at Morven Park in Leesburg, Virginia

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