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Published on Sep 21, 2012
Earlier this week, 26 George Washington University undergraduate students had the opportunity to witness a piece of history at the home of the nation's first president.
In honor of Constitution Day, GW students enrolled in the history course, Revolutionary America, took a field trip to the Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens to view George Washington's personal copy of the Acts of Congress.
The copy, which was acquired by Mount Vernon in June, includes President Washington's handwritten notes in the document's margins about the duties and powers of the U.S. presidency.