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Did george washington travel from veron to new york city?

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George Washington was inaugurated at New York City on April 30.


The city? From George Washington it think


George Washington was inaugurated in New York City



Yes - The Washington Monument and the city of Washington, DC, Capital of the USA


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Tennessee usually or Washington


George Washington was in charge when the capital city was being planned.


George Washington was inaugurated in New York City, New York, on April 30, 1789.


No, George Washington Carver never lived in Kansas City Missouri, although he did live in Missouri.


No. Georege Washington was inaugurated in Federal Hall in New York City.


The one place that is named after George Washington is the Capital city of the United States of America. It is called Washington D.C.


New York City was the capital where Washington served his first term.


Washington, the capital city of the US was named for George Washington, the first US President.


George Washington. The city was named for him AFTER he died.


George Washington lived in New York City as president.


George Washington. The city was named for him after he died.


In the 19th century, it was called the Federal city or Washington city. The city was named after George Washington, the first President of United states.


No , when Washington was President , the capital was not in the city of Washington and the White House had not been built.


On April 30, 1789 in New York City, George Washington began his term as the first President of the United States.


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"Washington" was named after President George Washington, who selected the location of the city along the Potomac River. "D.C." stands for the District of Columbia. "Columbia" was a poetic name.


George Washington lived in New York city during his first term as president and then in Philadelphia during his second term as president. His main home was at Mt. Vernon which is not located in any city, but is a plantation house. When Washington was president Washington DC wasn't built and the White House didn't exist. The city of Washington was created to be the national federal capital after he became president.


President George Washington directed and oversaw the establishment of the capital city of the United States, which was dedicated in his honor as Washington, DC (District of Columbia).


The design for the city of Washington, D.C. began in 1791 when George Washington was President of the United States. The city was not built until 1801.



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