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Apr 5, 2021

[Answer] Who saved a portrait of George Washington from a fire at the White House?

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...In 1814, British troops set fire to the White House. But before they arrived, First Lady Dolley Madison fled to safety, and among the items she saved was an 8-foot-tall painting of George Washington. Madison went to great effort to save the painting, known as Gilbert Stuart’s “Lansdowne Portrait,” but the one she saved was actually a copy of the original.




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Dolley Madison:


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