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Gloucester, Virginia
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Gloucester, Virginia
Historic House
One of colonial America's grandest mansions, Rosewell was built between 1725-1738 and gutted by fire in 1916. Four massive chimneys, one wall, and a vaulted cellar are now silent witnesses to history. Stabilized, but not rebuilt, Rosewell allows visitors to inspect 18th-century brickwork from a perspective that no intact building can offer.
The Rosewell mansion was the centerpiece of a 3000-acre plantation where slaves cultivated tobacco and grain.
Gloucester, Virginia
History, Historic House
Dr. Walter Reed, famous U. S. Army physician and medical hero of the Spanish-American War, was born here on September 13, 1851. The small, two-room and loft building was built prior to 1850. The Reed family lived here while they awaited construction of the manse. Reed's father was a Methodist minister for a nearby church. Located at the intersection of routes 616 and 614 is a small mid 19th century building authentically furnished.
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