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Magnolia
   was ridden by   
George Washington
1789
   President of the United States was   
George Washington
Appears on 1 dollar note
$1 Note
   shows   
George Washington
1st U.S. President
1st
   President of the United States was   
George Washington
George Washington
   served as U.S. President as a   
None
John Adams
   served as Vice-President under   
George Washington
Was sworn in as VP nine days before the President
George Washington & Lord Cornwallis
   led opposing forces at the   
Siege of Yorktown
Cornwallis' surrender lead to the American victory in the War of Independence.
George Washington
   was a   
Career Military
George Washington
   was born in   
Virginia
Before U.S. became a country
1789
      
George Washington Became the First President of the U.S.A.
Serves until 1797
George Washington
   was born on   
February 22, 1732
1st President of the United States
George Washington
   was the   
Only President to Be Elected Unanimously
By 63 electoral votes
Colony and Dominion of Virginia
   was represented by   
George Washington
Age 52. Planter, surveyor and soldier in The French and Indian War. Leader Of The Colonial Army in The American Revolution. 1st US President.
George Washington Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Connects Manhattan Island in New York City and New Jersey
George Washington
   is/was the   
U.S. President
1789
Hail the Buff and Blue
   is the fight song of   
George Washington University
George Washington
   had the nickname   
The Father of His Country
George Washington
   had the nickname   
The Sword of the Revolution
George Washington
   had the nickname   
The American Cincinnatus
George Washington
   had the nickname   
The Old Fox
George Washington
   had the nickname   
Town Destroyer
George Washington
   had the nickname   
The Sage of Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon, Virginia was his family estate
George Washington
   had the nickname   
The Farmer President
George Washington
   had the nickname   
The Surveyor President
George Washington
   had the nickname   
His Excellency
George Washington
   owned a dog called   
Forester
George Washington Carver National Monument
   is located in   
Missouri
George Washington Birthplace National Monument
   is located in   
Virginia
George Washington National Forest
   is situated in   
Virginia
Mount Vernon
   is/was   
The Residence of President George Washington
In Alexandria, Virginia
George Washington
   was born in   
Near Colonial Beach, U.S.A.
Westmoreland County, Colony of Virginia, British America. 1732-1799.
Northern Neck George Washington Birthplace
   is situated in   
Virginia
John Rutledge
   was appointed by   
George Washington
1790-1791, resigned; re-appointed in 1795 as Chief Justice, then rejected in the same year by the Senate
Thomas Johnson
   was appointed by   
George Washington
1792-1793, resigned
Samuel Chase
   was appointed by   
George Washington
1796-1811
Oliver Ellsworth
   was appointed by   
George Washington
1796-1800, Chief Justice
USS George Washington
   was the first   
Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine
Aaron Burr
   lost the election to   
George Washington
1792
George Clinton
   lost the election to   
George Washington
1792
John Jay
   lost the election to   
George Washington
1789
John Rutledge
   lost the election to   
George Washington
1789
Charles Wilson Peale
   painted   
George Washington at Princeton
1779, oil on canvas; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
George Washington University
   is in   
Washington
DC
George Washington Carver
   was a/an   
Botanist
Educator and inventor, 1864-1943
George Washington Carver
   was a/an   
Inventor
Botanist and educator credited with the development of many peanut and sweet potato products
George Washington
   is   

1st US President, 1789-1797
April 30, 1789
   the oath was recited by   
George Washington
Balcony of Federal Hall, New York City by Robert Livingston, Chancellor of State of New York
March 4, 1793
   the oath was recited by   
George Washington
Senate Chamber, Congress Hall, Philadelphia by William Cushing, Associate Justice of Supreme Court
George Washington
   is featured in the biography   
An Imperfect God
"His Slaves and the Creation of America" by Henry Wiencek, 2003
George Washington
   said   
"Liberty, when It Begins to Take Root, is a Plant of Rapid Growth"
1st. United States President






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