200th Anniversary of the War of 1812

17 Jul 2012 12:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
My favorite first lady, the spunky and brilliant Dolly Madison, loads wagons with the White House treasures, including the portrait of George Washington which she has yanked down and hurled on top of the load, and scoots out of Washington just head of the marauding British...well behind her husband the President.  Thank you, Dolly!

Come up to the House on SATURDAY JULY 28 for a free and fascinating day of National Park Service activities. Special talks will focus on the Baltimore riots, General Lingan, General "Light-Horse" Harry Lee, and walking tours will visit the graves of War of 1812 notables.

The Fort McHenry Guard Fife and Drum Corps and United States Corps of Artillery will present demonstrations of music and musket and cannon firing. The program schedule will be posted on the National Park Service Arlington House website:

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