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Liberty Hall (1936) was built in 1772 by William Livingston, the first rebel Governor of New Jersey.  According to an article the New York Times, In April 1789, when Washington went to New York City to be inaugurated as the first President, William Livingston invited Martha Washington and two Washington grandchildren to Liberty Hall, his home in what later became Union, as a surprise for the President. As planned, Washington stopped at Liberty Hall following his inauguration. Thus, he saw his wife and grandchildren for the first time in two months and the first time as President.

Liberty Hall (1936) was built in 1772 by William Livingston, the first rebel Governor of New Jersey. According to an article the New York Times, In April 1789, when Washington went to New York City to be inaugurated as the first President, William Livingston invited Martha Washington and two Washington grandchildren to Liberty Hall, his home in what later became Union, as a surprise for the President. As planned, Washington stopped at Liberty Hall following his inauguration. Thus, he saw his wife and grandchildren for the first time in two months and the first time as President.

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