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George Washington may be our nation's first president, but he never set foot in the President's Palace. The White House was under construction during his two terms in office, and at the end of his presidency, the founding father returned to Mount Vernon, his farm in Virginia. In fact, the White House was not completed until 1800, the year after Washington's death. Our second president, John Adams, who was elected in 1796, became the first occupant of the official presidential quarters.
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