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Home > Visit a Gateway > Stratford Hall Plantation
Stratford Hall Plantation - Stratford, VA
News & Press: National Park Service Awards Financial Assistance - 03/31/2008
Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network Welcomes 24 Additional Sites in 2002 - 12/20/2002
Bay Journal Article:

Stratford Hall Plantation rich in natural, political history (June 2004) - Thomas Lee, an 18th century politician and businessman in colonial Virginia, knew the value of land and had an eye for opportunity. And the “clifts” on the south shore of the Potomac River had captured his attention.


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