George Washington Strenght
fairly sure he was a general during the revolution
George Washingtons army
George Washington was the general of the Continental Army, he was the highest rank. Therefore, he had no commander.
George Washington Army Tent refers to the tent that campers put up when they go to the wild. This is in reference to the tent that George Washington did build during the American Revolutionary War.
I would have to say it was being dead. George Washington was involved in the War for Independendence also known as the Revolutionary War, he was not alive during the Civil War.
Nominated by John Adams, George Washington was appointed Commander in Chief of the Continental Army on 14 June 1775 and given the rank of 'General.'
George Washington was the first president of USA and commander-in-chief of Continental Army during American Revolutionary war. His mother's name was Mary Ball Washington who was the second wife of his father Augustine Washington.
George washingtons events/acts that occured during this presidency
He was the Leader of the colonial army in the American revolution this is very brief,FE was also became the president of the U.S and was a member of congress sorry for the tipeo
Samuel Adams was a second leutenant in George Washingtons army. He began brewing beer to rally his troops during the cold winter months and therefore Sam Adams beer was founded.
During the Revolutionary War, George Washington was the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army.
The commander-in-chief during the revolutionary war was George Washington.
No, there was no office called President of the United States during the Revolutionary War. George Washington was Commander of the Continental Army during that war.
he was the first child.
They wished to remain out of the conflict.