This 45 slide PowerPoint features the author’s original photographs of the colonial Southern plantation of the great Revolutionary War general and first President of the United States, George Washington. Washington lived at Mount Vernon, Virginia, before the Revolutionary War and loved returning there any time he had the opportunity while he was serving his new country. Informative text is included in this presentation. The viewer will experience views of the main house mansion. You cannot photograph the inside of the mansion, so I included two links for you to be able to take a virtual tour. You will also tour many outbuildings such as the servants’ hall, the “necessary” room, the kitchen attached to the mansion by a portico, the storehouse, the clerk’s quarters, paint cellar, smokehouse, stables and vehicles, icehouse, and even a dung repository. You will visit a slave cabin and also the cemetery which honors and commemorates the slaves who lived and worked at Mount Vernon. George Washington was a hands-on farmer at Mount Vernon, and his gristmill and distillery are two places on his plantation which he frequented often to work. Your visit to Mount Vernon ends with a stop at George Washington’s burial site and a few final views of the estate.