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I, George Washington Parke Custis, lived here until death.
Arlington House in Arlington, Vitginia
I, Robert E. Lee, moved in after he died.
The Union army took over and made the land into a graveyard for soldiers in 1861.
The estate has lots of soldiers buried there, who fought for slaves to be free. The U.S. Army also used this place during the Civil War.
I, Geroge Washington, am George Washington Parke Custis's step dad.
Union used the land after they overthrew it to aid themselves in the war.
There were many of us slaves, and we lived on the plantation.
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