The President's House in Philadelphia
Park Service Resources
City of Philadelphia Resources
ATAC Avenging the Ancestors Coalition A broad-based coalition of African historians, activists, attorneys, elected officials, religious leaders, media personalities, and other tax-paying voters formed in response to the President's House controversy.
Frontline Report: The Private Lives of George Washington's Slaves by Mary V. Thompson, a research specialist at Mt. Vernon
The Liberty Bell on ushistory.org Ona, Runaway Slave of George Washington During May of 1796, Ona Judge Staines, a slave belonging to the First Family, escaped from the Philadelphia house.
The President's House Site Marker
Robert Morris whose house this was.
WHYY Radio has a series of streaming archives of their radio programs relating to the President's House Blogs, Newsgroups, Newsletters
Websites of the Semi-Finalists
Interested in using our content?
Independence Hall Association, a nonprofit organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, founded in 1942. Publishing electronically as ushistory.org. On the Internet since July 4, 1995.