George Washington Slept Here! The Miller House in Westchester County

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Tough economic times have contributed to the vetoing of a $1.2 million bond issue to restore the Miller House in Westchester County. Built in 1738 by Elijah and Anne Miller, the farmhouse was used by George Washington during the Battle of White Plains in 1776. The New York Times has the story on the house that is “slipping through the cracks”…

To read more about the Miller farmhouse, a National Historic Landmark, see The New York Times | A House With a Role in the Revolution Is Now Left Unprotected.

Images: ©2010 Suzanne DeChillo/The New York Times

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