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George Washington

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George Washington is an American hero. He played a leading role in the American Revolution, resided over the Constitutional Convention, and became America's first president. He is often referred to as the "father of the country."
Washington took no part in the Quebec Campaign. Benedict Arnold,  General Mongomery, and Daniel Morgan were the American commanders  of that ill-advised fiasco.
Washington was primarily home schooled, but for a short time he did  attend a porchial school run by the local episcopal priest. He was  scheduled to leave for England to attend boarding school there when  his father died, throwing the family into a financial crisis.
George Washington grew up in farm houses. George Washington'sfather died when he was 11 years old. Many babies and children didn't survive due to the lack of cleanfood and water, and they didn't have medicine to treat people. George Washington may have attended a school near his farm. Duringthat...
He was trained in the occupation after being denied permission to  join the British Navy by his mother. Land surveyors were relatively  important at the time, as colonial settlement was pushing farther  west.
Because he thought that he would be come famous
George Washington married Martha Dandridge Custis on 6th of January  1759. George and Martha met when George is with Martha's friends  during his vacation from the French and Indian war.
As a kid he was a apprentice, as he grew, he joined the army, and  mostly started the french and indian war, but he grew older and  wiser, he wrote some books until the Revolutionary war, they  elected him to lead the Army, so he did and won a Victorious  Victory, then everyone loved him...
Battle at Lexington and Concord is the main reason for open armed  conflict between United Kingdom of Britain and thirteen of its  colonies on the mainland of British America.
No, George Washington did not kill his wife. MORE: Martha Washington survived her husband several years after his death. She watched the Masonic funeral from a second floor window of the house. She locked herself in her bedroom and she was so upset over his death.
2¢ - Scott #707 The likeness of Washington by Gilbert Stuart from a  painting made at Germantown, Pa., in 1796, known as the Atheneum  portrait, the original of which is now in the Boston Museum of Fine  Arts. (4,222,198,300 issued)   The bicentennial stamps were first placed on sale January...
His acheavments were to become a leader.
Contrary to popular belief, George Washington did NOT chop down a  cherry tree. It was actually a lie that was published by a  children's author after our first president's death.
No can only answer this question with an oppinion nobody really knows but he did give us the white house starting with just a stone cornor peice so if you think of all the great things he did for our country it makes you wonder he must have liked being president somewhat to do all the great things...
During the formation of the continental army, many free blacksenlisted. Several slave-owners sent their slaves to fight in theirstead. Many slaves also joined after the US govt promised freedomto slaves who served for a year.
Not NEARLY as strong as the British Army. But the only reason theywon is because 1)The weren't as cocky as the British Army 2) Theiralliance with France played a HUGE factor in who won. If the British sent their whole Navy and their whole military, theAmerican colonies would have easily been...
no, he was not. Washington had the declaration of independence readto his troops in new York city on july 9.
he was our president
Washington didn't *do* decisions, he made them. What sort of decision are you asking about? Personal, political, military? He made a lot of very important decisions. Way to many to answer briefly.
The Revolutionary War & The Continental Army •80,000 militia and Continental Army soldiers served at the heightof the war. However, men and militias were constantly entering andleaving their volunteer service •55,000 Americans served as privateers during the war •25,000 Revolutionary...
It wasn't a farm but a plantation called Mt. Vernon. He had large  acres of crops, a distillery, and herds.
The British fought against the colonists during the revolutionary war. but the British were more likely to win because they were far more wealthy than the colonists were, and the British also had more people in their armies. But the colonists were fighting on familiar land and had they had the...
he was a commander and chief of the continental army
George Washington was born in 1732 on February 22nd. He would be turning 278 this year. If he was still alive.
He was and still and to this day he will forever be good looking.
about 30,000 to 50,000 soldiers during the war.
The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association
I believe MJames Monroe crossed the Delaware River earlier the  George Washington and at a different place entirely, Corryell's  Ferry now New Hope PA. as per the web site  www.CortyellsFerryMiltia.com ;   The events during the winter of 1776 and the American  Revolution and Coryell's Ferry ...
George Washington's Mount Vernon is the name of George Washington  museum where you can get all the information regarding him from his  biography to his achievements.
His full name is Georg Moritz Hagen Listing.
George Washington seated a total of ten individual US Supreme Court justices to eleven positions during his presidency; eight were associate justices and three were Chief Justices. The discrepancy in count is due to John Rutledge being named to two non-consecutive positions on the court: Rutledge...
he stuck a gun up his butt and shot himself I dont know
  Usually, some of the most important presidents get their faces on money. George Washington gave us independence and was a President, so that is why George Washington is on the $1 bill.
The United States should avoid European politics and entangling alliances.
Probably he was infertile, due to the smallpox that he  contracted at the age of 19, while he was in Barbados. 
There has been over 3,000 books written on George Washington.
No. He thought is should have been Philadelphia.
George Washington's wife's name was Martha Dandridge Custis Washington.
because he wanted to retire and not be president any more.
He had 2 younger sisters, Elizabeth, and Mildred (who died in infancy).
Yes.He did.Otherwise he wouldn't work to create a war between the british.
You don't. Washington does not require registration.
  No, I don't think so.
  George Washington had a wife and three kids of his flesh an blood
As a young man, George Washington was learning to be a surveyor. Hestarted working as an assistant surveyor at the age of 16.
Federalists favored a strong central government and Democratic-Republicans faved states retaining authority.
DC stands for District of Columbia.
First, this is a very difficult question to answer because it compares two totally different people from two totally different times. George Washington had slaves, as did many other men of his time, and back then, slavery was legal. George Washington lived in a time when women could not vote and...
No he wasn't assassinated.
He was born with bad teeth. He didn't talk to much because his teeth could fall out. He had to clench his mouth because of that.
Apparently there was no relationship other than business woman to customer, and then only if you believe the story. She definitely made some of the earliest American flags, but there is no hard evidence that she made THE first one. This story was first told by her grandson 34 years after her death...
No, he was American, he was born in Virginia in 1732.
Yes!, his step son was named after him.
  Try the Cairo Universiy Medical School's Student Scientific Society. they should be able to help you. here's their website http://ssscairo.org/
Federalists wanted a strong government, taxes to support the  government, and liked banks. Republican party were for the farmers  who did not want a strong government or lots of taxes.
George Washington Gale Ferris invented the Ferris wheel. It opened  in June of 1893 for the World's Colombian Exhibition in Chicago.
He was the general in the warHe led the American colonies in war against the British even though if he had lost or been caught it would have most certainly meant death. The was a tremendous leader not only diplomatically but also during war.
He knew that the war was over not having a king. He believed in the citizen politician .
Washington, D.C. is a part of the US but is not a state itself. In fact it does not belong to any state, it belongs to the District of Columbia. It was given its own territory to please all the states, and not make one state seem favoured.
he was afraid to show his teethe because they were wooden and didnt like to shake hands because he thought they were to big
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None. The National Archives gives the correct information.   http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/scores.html
In Washington's day, women could not vote or run for office, Their right to own property was limited and especially so for married women. They were not allowed to go to college and most were given a very limited education . Their employment opportunities were mostly limited to unskilled labor or...
Georges Braque was a French sculptor, painter, draughtsman, and  printmaker. He died on Saturday, August 31st in 1963 at the age of  81 and is buried at Saint-Marquerite-sur-Mer in Normandy.
he is a brave person because he brought his soldier in to war in the middle of the night and winning, that is how he is brave :(
Yes. Her name was Martha Washington. They were married on Jan. 6, 1759. It was her second marriage.
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