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|Death||224 years ago|
|Date of birth||February 22,1732|
|Date of died||December 14,1799|
|Died||George Washington's Mount Vernon|
|Presidential term||April 30, 1789 – March 4, 1797|
|Buried||George Washington's Mount Vernon, Mount Vernon, Virginia, United States|
|Awards||Congressional Gold Medal|
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|Vice president||John Adams|
|Parents||Mary Ball Washington|
|Previous position||Commanding General of the United States Army (1798–1799)|
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The writings of George Washington from the original manuscript sources 1745-1799
Washington's Farewell Address to the People of the United States
The diaries of George Washington, 1748-1799
George Washington's Eye: Landscape, Architecture, and Design at Mount Vernon
MAXIMS of WASHINGTON: Congressional Edition
Gen. George Washington's Account with the United States: From 1775 to 1783
The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation: Homeopathic Remedies for the Sign Types
Resignation as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army
Letter to Touro Synagogue
George Washington remembers
Handwriting by George 1-27: Rules of Civility and Decent Behaviour in Company and Conversation: Rules 1-27 to Draw and Write
The Ideals of the Republic; Or, Great Words from Great Americans
The Writings of George Washington: Speeches and Messages to Congress, Proclamations, and Addresses
George Washington and Mount Vernon
Back to First Principles: A Conversation with George Washington
Rules of Conduct - Scholar's Choice Edition
Washington's Prayers - Scholar's Choice Edition
On Maintaining an Army
Journal of My Journey Over the Mountains
The Greatest Americans Series: George Washington: A Selection of His Letters
George Washington: A Biography in His Own Words
The Papers of George Washington: May 1785-March 1786
George Washington, the Writer: A Treasury of Letters, Diaries, and Public Documents
General Washington's Correspondence Concerning the Society of the Cincinnati
PT. IV. Letters Official and Private, from the Beginning of His Presidency to the End of His Life: (V. 10) May, 1789-November, 1794. (V. 11) November, 1794-December, 1799
The American Revolution: 1745 - 1784
The Papers of George Washington: Digital Edition
Letters from His Excellency General Washington, to Arthur Young . . . : Containing an Account of His Husbandry, with a Map of His Farm . . .
Washington on Washington
Washington's Masonic Correspondence
Washington on Courage: George Washington's Formula for Courageous Living
Official letters to the Honorable American Congress
The Journals of George Washington: Journey Over the Mountains in the Northern Virginia While Surveying for Lord Thomas Fairfax & First Military Assignment Carrying a Letter From the Governor of Virginia to the French Commander
Common Sense, A Summary View of the Rights of British America, Thoughts on Government and the Speeches of Washington: Important Early American Political Writing, Including the Declaration of Independence and the U. S. Constitution
George Washington Letters: From the Collection of Frederick S. Peck, Belton Court, Barrington, Rhode Island, December, 1927
Orderly Book of General George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Armies, Kept at Valley Forge, 18 May-11 June, 1778
The Constitution of the United States of America: 1787
Monuments of Washington's Patriotism: Containing a Fac Simile of His Publick Accounts
Washington's Political Legacies: To which is Annexed an Appendix, Containing an Account of His Illness, Death, and the National Tributes of Respect Paid to His Memory, with a Biographical Outline of His Life and Character
George Washington's Barbados Diary, 1751-52
Washington and the West: Being George Washington's Diary of September, 1784, Kept During His Journey Into the Ohio Basin in the Interest of a Commercial Union Between the Great Lakes and the Potomac River
George Washington's Farewell Address
The journal of Major George Washington
Rules of Civility and Decent Behaviour In Company and Conversation
George Washington Life story
George Washington was an American military officer, statesman, and Founding Father who served as the first president of the United States from 1789 to 1797.
BiographyGeorge washington (february – december 14.1799) was the first president of the united states.Serving from 1789 to 1797.He was born in westmoerland county.Virginia.To augustine washington and mayr ball washington.He had six siblings.Two half-brothers.Four full siblings.And two sisters.
Physical CharacteristicsGeorge washington was a tall man.Standing at 6 feet 2 inches (188 cm) tall.He had a strong.Athletic build.Weighing raound pounds (90 kg).He had blue eyes and reddish-brown hair.
Education and CareerWashington was educated at home by his father and private tutors.He was an excellent student and was well-vesred in mathematics.Science.And the classics.He was also an accomplished surveyor.He served in the virginia militia and was appointed a mjaor in 1754.He was later promoted to colonel and commander of the virginia regiment.In 1775.He was appointed commander-in-chief of the continental army.He led the amercian forces to victory in the revolutionary war and was unanimously elected the first president of the united states in 1789.
Personal LifeWashington married martha dandridge custis in had no children together.But martha had two children from her previous marriage.Washington was a freemason and was initiated into the lodge at fredericksburg.Virginia in 1752.He was also a member of the ancient and accepted scotitsh rite.
Most Important EventThe most important event in george washington s life was his election as the first president of the united states.He was unainmously elected by the electoral college in 1789 and served two terms in office.He was a symbol of unity and strength for the flediglng nation and his leadership helped to shape the nation s future.
Zodiac Sign and NationalityGeorge washington was born under the sign of pisces and was an american citize.N.
US evangelicals drive Republican support for Israel
... George Washington University religious scholar Christopher Rollston says: " There s a strong sense within evangelicalism that the Jewish people are God s people...
Why the FBI is still searching for hundreds of Capitol rioters
... " Questions about the pace of the investigation have plagued it from the beginning, " says Jonathan Lewis, a research fellow George Washington University s Program on Extremism...
Elusive Ernie: China's new chatbot has a censorship problem
... " China s recent regulations on generative AI models impose strict requirements on services that have public opinion properties or the capacity to influence societal views, " said Prof Jeffrey Ding from the George Washington University...
The science behind the Fukushima waste water release
... American professor Emily Hammond, an expert in energy and environmental law with George Washington University, said: " The challenge with radionuclides (such as tritium) is that they present a question that science cannot fully answer; that is, at very low levels of exposure, what can be counted as safe ? " One can have a lot of faith in the IAEA s work while still recognising that compliance with standards does not mean that there are zero environmental or human consequences attributed to the decision...
Voter panel: 'Indictment is pulling us apart'
... I remember doing a tour of the Philadelphia Senate building where George Washington peacefully shook hands with his successor, got on his horse, and returned to his farm, even as his soldiers were lined up outside waiting for his orders to fight to keep him in power...
Who is Tanya Chutkan? The hard-line judge on Trump's election case
... Born in Kingston, Jamaica, she moved to the US to attend George Washington University before moving on to law school at the University of Pennsylvania...
How this historically black college gymnastics team made history
... To recruit the team, Ms Tarver asked one question: " Want to be a part of history? " Defying gravityLast month, when the Bulldogs arrived to compete in a match at George Washington University, a record-breaking 2,050-person crowd showed up to witness history in the making...
How the US power grid is a target for far-right groups
... Bennett Clifford, of the Program on Extremism at George Washington University, co-wrote a paper last year that analysed jihadist and white nationalist attacks, and concluded that since 2016, " white supremacist plots targeting energy systems dramatically increased in frequency"...