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Gunston Hall, rear view.  The boxwoods are from plantings made by George Mason, although some have had to be trimmed due to disease and/or frost over the years.  Also on site are reconstructed outbuildings for slaves (kitchen, smokehouse, etc.) and a reconstructed schoolhouse where Mason's children were taught.

Copyright 2006, Patricia Lowhorn

Gunston Hall, rear view. The boxwoods are from plantings made by George Mason, although some have had to be trimmed due to disease and/or frost over the years. Also on site are reconstructed outbuildings for slaves (kitchen, smokehouse, etc.) and a reconstructed schoolhouse where Mason's children were taught.