IPTW 2016 - Clermont Farm

JOIN US
FOR THE 20TH ANNUAL
INTERNATIONAL PRESERVATION TRADES WORKSHOP
September 9-11, Clermont Farm, Virginia
Help us celebrate 20 years of IPTW awesomeness!

Clermont Farm, with a human time scale running back 10,000 years, includes buildings and archaeological elements which represent a Chesapeake middling planter’s homestead, surveyed by an 18-year old George Washington in 1750. Uner the direction of three successive white families, African Americans enslaved by them developed and built the site for 110 years, and made possible the activities of the owner families, who continued to play a role in the life of the nation through the 20th century. The farm became a property of the Commonwealth of Virginia in 2004 and is on the State and National Registers since 2005.

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