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ENG: George Washington (February 22, 1732 – December 14, 1799) was the dominant military and political leader of the new United States of America from 1775 to 1799. He led the American victory over Great Britain in the American Revolutionary War as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army in 1775–1783, and presided over the writing of the Constitution in 1787. The unanimous choice to serve as the first President of the United States (1789–1797), Washington presided over the creation of a strong, well-financed national government that stayed neutral in the wars raging in Europe, suppressed rebellion and won acceptance among Americans of all types. His leadership style established many forms and rituals of government that have been used ever since, such as using a ...
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President Washington: The Power and the Glory

April 23, 2011 By Bruce Kauffmann/For the Appeal-Democrat Our first president, George Washington, was inaugurated this week (April 30) in 1789, in great part because his countrymen knew they could trust him with power. They knew this because they knew of his ambivalence about wielding it. After the American Revolution was won and all the power he could have wanted was his for the taking, Washington resigned his military command and went home. Duty had called, he had answered, and now he only wanted to return to his beloved Mount Vernon to resume life as a gentleman planter. But power ...

Emory Upends D-I George Washington

As the weather continues to heat up, so does the women’s tennis team. The Eagles defeated Division I George Washington University 5-4 in the team’s first outdoor match of the season. Wednesday’s match was the only time the Eagles have faced a Division I school this season. Emory will play Division I Wofford College (S.C.) in April. The Eagles came into the match ranked No . 7 in the nation and No. 3 in the Atlantic South Region.The Eagles jumped out to an early lead of 2 - 1 after the doubles matches. ... Although Dawson and McManigle have only played together twice this ...

Jeho Excelence George Washington

Joseph J. Ellis napsal zásadní životopis, který představuje nejdůležitější – a zároveň tu nejméně chápanou – postavu americké historie, George Washingtona, v plné šíři a se všemi spornými body… Kniha Jeho Excelence George Washington Joseph Ellis vychází z nově zkatalogizovaných Washingtonových písemností z University of Virginia a kreslí Washingtonův portrét, v němž najdeme celý život a ...

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The latest gun advocacy rhetoric I've seen includes this quote, attributed to George Washington: When any nation mistrusts its citizens with guns it is sending a clear message. It no longer trusts its citizens because such a government has evil plans. Did George Washington really say this? I can find plenty of people citing him with this quotation, but nothing that looks like a legitimate source (mostly personal blogs and opinion pieces). It doesn't really sound like the phrasing I would expect him to use.
Jefferson’s Monticello On The Schuylkill
Eager to escape the crowded city and yet unwilling to give up political influence on the direction of the new nation—and the world—the third president settled on the east bank of the Schuylkill at Grays Ferry

I know that George Washington owned slaves, but did he sell one for a barrel of syrup? I found two sources that claim this (one of which doesn't seem to be freely available online): George Washington was a honky slave owner who sold a black woman for a barrel of syrup. 1967 Pampa (Texas) Daily News 25 May 14/4 They give you George Washington. He's supposed to be a hero. Here's a man who had you enslaved—sold a black woman for a barrel of molasses—and he's supposed to be my hero? Stokely Carmichael: Speech given at Garfield High School, Seattle, Washington April 19, 1967
Washington’s Monumental Secret
The tip of Washington Monument was made in Philadelphia, by the avant-garde William Frishmuth

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