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November 19, 2012

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Jarl Kubat

Great story! The John Jay Homestead sounds like a stop I will have to make in my future travels!

Gema Cratso

Recently I visited national portrait gallery with my college friends. Actually my friends are starting with some projects which are related to history and their they collected a lot of information. After visiting this historic art place I came to know more about John Jay who was a national hero. Plenty of historic information you can find on web sites like http://www.etraveldestinations.com/national-portrait-gallery-a-wondrous-sensation-of-historical-art/.

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