Results for: 1780

In History of Canada

What foods did the Loyalists of 1780 eat?

they ate blood from the first nations... and some crops they grew. The first nations tehy killed meant more food. They were cannibals.
In History of the United States

Who was the president in 1780?

Samuel Huntingdon was the President of the Continental Congress in 1780. He served from 1779 September 28 to 1781 July 10 The first President of the United States was Geor (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of Virginia in 1780?

Thomas Jefferson (born April 13, 1743 in Shadwell, Virginia; died July 4, 1826 in Charlottesville, Virginia) succeeded Patrick Henry as the second Governor of Virginia, servin (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of New York in 1780?

George Clinton (born July 26, 1739 in Little Britain, New York; died April 20, 1812 in Washington DC), the first Governor of New York, served between July 30, 1777 and July 1, (MORE)
In Countries, States, and Cities

What was the capital of the US in 1780-1790?

Washington D.C. is thecapital city of the United States. New York City was the firstcapital of the United States once the Constitution was ratified. In1790 Philadelphia was ch (MORE)
In American Revolution

What was the battle of Charleston 1780?

A battle fought during the Revolutionary war pairinh the PAtriots and the British together. The British end up ou[tnumbering the PAtriot's 2 to 1 and they take the win.
In Political Office Holders

Who was the Governor of Delaware in 1780?

Caesar Rodney (born October 7, 1728 in Kent County, Delaware; died June 26, 1784 in Kent County, Delaware) succeeded George Read as the fourth Governor of Delaware, serving be (MORE)