Dey Mansion, Wayne, New Jersey

Tuesday, September 11, 2012
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The Dey Mansion in Wayne, New Jersey, was the temporary headquarters for George Washington during the Revolutionary War. 

Dey Mansion is now part of the Passaic County Park System. 

George Washington wrote over 300 letters in the front room (which served as his office). George Washington also slept here! (George slept all over New Jersey!)

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1 comment:

  1. The ghost of George Washington can be seen in the misty dusk of morning marching in Dey Hill Farms. Many neighbors claimed to have seen the ghost of George Washington in Dey Hill Farms in a military old fashioned 1776 outfit with grey hair tied in a ponytail holding a rifle while marching.

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