George Washington Documentaries
Discover the life of our first president before he helped lead our country to independence when you view our George Washington documentaries.
Before he became the famous president we all know of and celebrate, Washington was a well-known Freemason who used the Lodge’s principles to guide the United States to where it is today.
Capstone Productions takes pride in helping you envision the life of George Washington through historically accurate and interpreted re-enactments, depicting events from his humble start at Mount Vernon to his path to the White House.
GEORGE WASHINGTON VISITS HIS MASONIC LODGE
Travel back in time as George Washington pays a visit to his Lodge. As interpreted by actor William A. Sommerfield, General Washington spends the day with members and Grand Masters of the Alexandria-Washington Lodge 22 to discuss his career as a military member and a politician.
GEORGE WASHINGTON AND THE TEMPLE OF DEMOCRACY
Produced in 1993, this re-enactment follows our leader as he journeys from his home in Mount Vernon to his iconic launch on the Potomac River to finally a Masonic procession down Pennsylvania Avenue. This exciting video culminates as you watch Washington lay the cornerstone of the U.S. Capitol, as well as witness the Statue of Freedom finally return to the Capitol Dome.
TOUR OF THE GEORGE WASHINGTON MASONIC NATIONAL MEMORIAL
Narrated by Donald M. Robey, PGM of Virginia, this video tour displays magnificent structure that is the Masonic National Memorial. Focusing on George Washington’s history as a Freemason, this educational DVD depicts the path that he took to the presidential mansion.