The Jew Jesuit Bishop John Carroll was probably the richest man in America in the late 1700’s. Carroll allowed funding to construct D.C. (which is nicknamed “Rome on the Potomac”). The owner of the land used to be Francis Pope and his priest was a Jew Jesuit Andrew White (White House). Washington D.C.’s original name was Rome, Maryland, and a branch of the Potomac River was called Tiber Creek, which was named after the Tiber river in Rome. Like Rome, Washington D.C. has 7 hills, whose names are: Capitol Hill, Meridian Hill, Floral Hills, Forest Hills, Hillbrook, Hillcrest, and Knox Hill.