Byrne Farm, Lower Gwynedd, PA.
It is said the Continental Army camped here while General George Washington was at Dawesfield in the fall of 1777.
The Carey property in Blue Bell, PA.
Dawesfield is in Blue Bell, PA. The main house, which dates back to 1736, served as General George Washington's headquarters after the Battle of Germantown from October 20 to November 2, 1777.
Dixon Meadow Preserve Farmhouse
The Dixon Meadow Preserve farmhouse before the current restoration
Emlen House in Dresher, PA, was General George Washington's headquarters from November 2 to December 11, 1777, just before moving to Valley Forge.
The Garvan's house in Spring House, PA
A photo study of Low Shimmo on Nantucket Island, MA.
Tunnel Farm 2016
Tunnel Farm 2016 Redux, Lower Gwynedd, PA
Tunnel Farm, Lower Gwynedd, PA
The Wissahickon Creek from it's headwaters in Montgomeryville to the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia
WVWA Note Cards
These images are available on 4"x6" folded note cards at the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association. Only a few may be available at any given time.
All photographic images are © Jamie Stewart 1999 and beyond, CC BY-NC 4.0 license.
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