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  1. Mount Vernon is a city in Westchester County, New York, United States. It is an inner suburb of New York City , immediately to the north of the borough of the Bronx . As of the 2020 census , Mount Vernon had a population of 73,893, [3] making it the 24th-largest municipality in the state and largest African-American majority city in the state .

  2. Jan 25, 2018 · Mount Vernon is the former plantation estate and burial location of George Washington, the American Revolutionary War general and the first President of the United States, his wife Martha and 20 ...

  3. May 2, 2024 · Mount Vernon, city, Westchester county, New York, U.S., situated on the Bronx and Hutchinson rivers, just north of the Bronx, New York City. It was settled in 1664 near the site where religious dissenter Anne Hutchinson (banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony) was killed in 1643 by Indians.

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  4. Mount Vernon (New York) – Travel guide at Wikivoyage. North America > United States of America > Mid-Atlantic > New York (state) > Downstate New York > Westchester County > Mount Vernon (New York)

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  6. Lawrence Washington (Mount Vernon Ladies' Association) George Washington was born at his family's plantation on Popes Creekin Westmoreland County, Virginia, on February 22, 1732, to Augustineand Mary Ball Washington. George's father was a leading planter in the area and served as a justice of the county court. Augustine Washington's first wife ...

  7. The City of Mount Vernon is a New York City inner-ring suburb located just north of The Bronx and also bordered by the Villages of Pelham and Pelham Manor to the East, the Village of Bronxville and the Town of Eastchester to the North and the City of Yonkers to the West. The City is 4.4 square miles and is home to approximately 73,893 residents ...

  8. www.mountvernon.org › library › digitalhistoryEarly Views of Mount Vernon

    Like most images of Mount Vernon of the period, the print idealizes the house and grounds by regularizing the asymmetrical distribution of windows and exaggerating the view to the Potomac River. Englishman William Birch published a view of the east front in 1808 as part of his book, The Country Seats of the United States.