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Perryville receives grant to restore tavern of Revolutionary fame
George Washington slept here. He really did. Yes, it’s a familiar claim to fame for many historic properties up and down the Eastern Seaboard. But the Rodgers Tavern, a fixture in the Cecil County town of Perryville, can boast many visits from the nation’s first president.
The tavern was owned and run by Col. John Rodgers, a Revolutionary War veteran who operated the tavern and a Susquehanna River ferry often used by then-General Washington in the 1700s.
Perryville is now trying to find a way…
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