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New York City was the capital of the United States at the time that George Washington became our 1st president. He was sworn in here at Federal Hall. The bible that was used for his swearing into office is on display here. You can go...More
As a History buff, this was so cool to step upon - where George Washington was inaugurated as President. There is the 'slab' he stood on. Very interesting, such a place of history. Doesn't take long and other sites close by.
The Federal hall is located in a very important location where the first President George Washington gave his orth. The present building portrays a nice architectural view and museum tells a an important history of the place.
Stumbled upon Federal Hall when we went to see the NY Stock Exchange. As a history enthusiast, I was so excited to find this. There were tons of tourists in the area taking pictures with the statue of Washington, but inside was very empty and...More
While in NYC we took a walk down Broadway and stopped in at Federal Hall. It doesn't take long and is filled with displays to look at and read about our country's early history. Stop and learn more about George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and others....More
First president, first capital, freedom of press - see where it all began! America’s history, our history, your history. See the Bible that George Washington used when he was sworn in as our first president!
I think most people miss this landmark in NY and that is a mistake. President Washington was inaugurated here!! What an amazing piece of history just across the street from the NYSE. Stop while you are in NY.