Congress submitted a plan for the building in 1792. On October 13, 1792, the first corner stones were laid. John Adams and his wife, Abigail, moved into the unfinished house in 1800. Construction was ongoing until 1809, with Thomas Jefferson as the occupant. Did you know that it used to be pink?
The construction of the White House began on October 13, 1792 through the leadership of president John Adams. Even, if the construction of the house was not finished, John Adams and First Lady Abigail Adams already stayed in the place. For almost a decade, the construction went on. The executive residence was built in 1800 and the expansion was finalised in 1801 under Thomas Jefferson's presidency. The Army of Great Britain burned some of the parts of the house in 1814. The reconstruction took began immediately and it was finished in 1817. The White House was remodeled from time to time and went through an extensive restoration in 1948-1952.
The white house was built in Washington D.C.
the white house was built in 1793.
The White House was built between 1792 and 1800. Thomas Jefferson moved into the White House in 1801.
The White House was built through the years of 1790-1800.
Washington lived in Virginia before the White House was built
The white house had six floors.
they built the white house because it represents the presidents...
No, the White House had not been built.
After he built the white house
The white house? it was completed in 1800
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it was never built down.
No - the White House had not yet been built
it was built in 1800's
The White House had not yet been built.
The white House was built between 1792 and 1800.
That is when the white house was finished being built
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he built the white house
The first White House was built between 1792 and 1800 that was designed by James Hoban. Before it was finished, President John Adams and his wife moved into the White House.