Old Cape Henry Lighthouse

Authorized by George Washington and overseen by Alexander Hamilton, Cape Henry Lighthouse was the first federally funded public works project of the newly formed United States government. The Lighthouse is situated near the “First Landing” site where English settlers first set foot on their way to settle in Jamestown. Built with the same Aquia sandstone as much of Washington, D.C, the lighthouse guided sea travelers to safety for almost 100 years. The distinctive black and white striped “New” Cape Henry Lighthouse was built in 1881 but remains closed to the public.

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Old Cape Henry Lighthouse

Authorized by George Washington and overseen by Alexander Hamilton, Cape Henry Lighthouse was the first federally funded public works project of the newly formed United States government. The Lighthouse is situated near the “First Landing” site where English settlers first set foot on their way to settle in Jamestown. Built with the same Aquia sandstone as much of Washington, D.C, the lighthouse guided sea travelers to safety for almost 100 years. The distinctive black and white striped “New” Cape Henry Lighthouse was built in 1881 but remains closed to the public.

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Old Cape Henry Lighthouse

Authorized by George Washington and overseen by Alexander Hamilton, Cape Henry Lighthouse was the first federally funded public works project of the newly formed United States government. The Lighthouse is situated near the “First Landing” site where English settlers first set foot on their way to settle in Jamestown. Built with the same Aquia sandstone as much of Washington, D.C, the lighthouse guided sea travelers to safety for almost 100 years. The distinctive black and white striped “New” Cape Henry Lighthouse was built in 1881 but remains closed to the public.

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Old Cape Henry Lighthouse

Authorized by George Washington and overseen by Alexander Hamilton, Cape Henry Lighthouse was the first federally funded public works project of the newly formed United States government. The Lighthouse is situated near the “First Landing” site where English settlers first set foot on their way to settle in Jamestown. Built with the same Aquia sandstone as much of Washington, D.C, the lighthouse guided sea travelers to safety for almost 100 years. The distinctive black and white striped “New” Cape Henry Lighthouse was built in 1881 but remains closed to the public.

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