A historic site on the Potomac River steep in colonial history. Marshall Hall is one footnote in the European colonization of North America and the assault on the native American Indian in the quest for their land and wealth.
Originally home to Thomas Marshall, Marshall Hall was considered to be one of Marylandís finest early colonial houses. Located just across the river from Mt. Vernon, the property was converted to an amusement park in the 1900's. It was ultimately destroyed by an arson fire in 1981. The shell of the original residence still stands.
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