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While Washington supervised the initial stages of the White House construction in 1792, he was never an occupant of the presidential house. John Adams, the second President of the United States, and Abigail Adams, his wife, became its first inhabitants in 1800.
Since this remarkable edifice was constructed, the White House has been slightly changed during each presidency; depicting the unique touch of the U.S. President throughout history. Today the building, located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C., still functions as each president's personal home; however, unlike most other presidential residences around the world, the White House serves the public as well. The White House is free and open for people to enter, explore and appreciate the many legacies that fill the walls of this significant cornerstone of U.S. presidential history.
Each ornament is attractively gift boxed with literature that explores a major historical event that surrounded the White House and its President.
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This versatile tote bag and can be used to carry everyday things, such as books, beach wear, cameras, laptops, wallets, or virtually any other items you may need. Made with a thick canvas that can handle any schedule, the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. Tote Bag ranks near the top as a fashion accessory.Click for More Details