National Geographic : 1954 Feb
199 © Kodachromes by Howell Walker (opposite, lower) and B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic Staff + Washington Made This Stone House His Headquarters During the Encampment After seeing that his army was being housed, the General moved into the building at Christmas time. Martha joined her husband in February, shortly before his 46th birthday. She remained almost until the Army marched away in June, 1778. The house is kept much as they left it. + Boy Scouts examine a cannon (not an original) in front of the headquarters.