George Washington’s Appalachian Land

After the American Revolution, General George Washington took a trip out west to inspect land he received for his service to the country, land that was located in Appalachian Pennsylvania.  And when he got there, he encountered a group of Scots-Irish squatters who had planted a small community there, without his permission. And that set the stage for a dispute.

Today on Stories, Steve and Rod tell the story of George Washington’s Appalachian land.  Thanks for listening.

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(Portrait by Gilbert Stuart – http://www.clarkart.edu/Collection/7577, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=591229)

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