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  1. Aug 23, 2021 · Welcome to Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial. Originally constructed between 1802 and 1818, the house was built to be both the residence of George Washington Parke Custis and as the nation's first memorial to his adoptive grandfather, George Washington.

  2. Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial. Arlington National Cemetery. Arlington, VA 22211. United States. Get Directions. Website. http://www.nps.gov/arho. Home of Gen. Robert E. Lee and Mary Custis Lee, a great-granddaughter of Martha Washington. The Union seized the estate, converting it into a training center and later a cemetery.

  3. Jun 8, 2021 · Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial, reopened to the public for the first time since 2018 on Tuesday. The Virginia mansion where Robert E. Lee once lived underwent a...

  4. In 1955, Congress established Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial in honor of his military career prior to 1861 and efforts “to the reuniting of the Nation” after Appomattox. Notes: [Robert E. Lee to Mary Lee, September 5, 1853. Lee Papers, Virginia Historical Society]

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  6. Arlington House, located on a high hill within Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, is one of many national park sites along the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Built by George Washington Parke Custis between 1802 and 1818 to serve as a memorial to his step-grandfather, George Washington, the house is now associated more with ...

  7. Nov 3, 2023 · The National Park Service acquired Arlington in 1933 and continued the restoration of the house and grounds, which Congress designated the Custis Lee Mansion. In 1972 it was redesignated Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial. In recognition of this site's enduring national significance, Arlington Memorial Bridge over the Potomac River was ...

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