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Who was the president in 1788?

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May 08, 2017 5:06AM

The President of the Continental Congress in 1788 was Cyrus Griffin.

George Washington became the first President of the United States in 1789 April.

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No one was the President of the United States in 1788. The first President of the United States, George Washington, took office in 1789 April. The President of the Continental Congress in 1788 was Cyrus Griffin.

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George Washington was president in 1784 till 1788 then was reallected in 1784 until 1792. George Washington was president in 1784 till 1788 then was realected in 1784 until 1792.

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When it became a state in 1788 there was no US President.

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John Adams became vice president in 1788.:)

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George Washington was the first President of the United State and was elected in 1788 to 1796. There For No one was the President at that time.

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In 1788 there was no US President because the US Constitution wasn't written up until the next year on March 4th.

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The president was a feature of the original US Constitution which was ratified to create the United States in 1787amd 1788. The first election was held in 1788 and the first President took office in April of 1789. The US has had a president ever since.

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No one. President Washington and VP Adams were elected that year, but didn't take office until the following spring.

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George Washington became the first US President in 1789. There was no Vice President, or an executive president, until the ratification of the Constitution and the election of 1788-1789.

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The first US presidential election, in 1788, made George Washington President and John Adams the VP.

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Georgia was the forth state to be admitted on January 2, 1788 George Washington became President after the fact.

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George Washington , the first president, was elected in November, 1788. He took office the following March.

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George Washington took office as the first US President in 1788. !789 was not an election year.

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You seem confused about dates. The US did not exist as a country until 1788 and the first president took office in 1789.

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Yes. The Constitution was adopted in 1787, and Washington was elected in 1788.

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No one. The first American presidential election didn't occur until 1788.

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It wasn't. The first presidential election didn't occur until 1788.

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The first presidential election was in 1788 and George Washington won and became the president of the United States. He ran unopposed.

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You must jave mistyped the date. The first US President took office in 1788. The Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth in 1620.

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Maryland became a state on April 28, 1788, before the U.S. had its first president. George Washington served as the nation's first President, from 1789 to 1797.

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Benjamin Franklin was never president of the United States; but he was President of Pennsylvania, which is what the job used to be called-- today it would be called "Governor." He served from 1785-1788.

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Benjamin Franklin was never President of the United States. He did however serve as President of Pennsylvania before the civil war (1785-1788).

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multiply 1/1788 with 1788 to get 1.

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Your 1788 date is wrong because they were in the middle of their own revolution by 1788 and the United States revolution was all ready settled. Washington became president in 1789. France had provided help and money to the American Revolution.

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Eleven states ratified the US Constitution in 1788. They were: Georgia on January 2, 1788 Connecticut on January 9, 1788 Massachusetts on February 6, 1788 Maryland on April 28, 1788 South Carolina on May 23, 1788 New Hampshire on June 21, 1788 Virginian on June 26, 1788 New York on July 27, 1788