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George Washington's life
KAITLYN KOPPEL - STUDENT
By: Kaitlyn Koppel
5 months ago
George Washington was born
George Washington was elected president.
George Washington signed the Copyright Act of 1790 into law.
George Washington formalized Thanksgiving by issuing a proclamation designating November 26 as a national day of thanksgiving.
George Washington vetoed a bill aimed at cutting the size and cost of the military.
George Washington was elected again for a second term as president.
George Washington ended his 2nd term as president and set a precedent by not continuing for a third term.
George Washington died.
Congregants of the Touro Synagogue of Newport, Rhode Island, warmly welcomed George Washington to both their place of worship and their city.
Washington vetoed the Apportionment Bill of April 5, 1792
President Washington organized a militia force of 12,950 men and personally led them towards Western Pennsylvania, warning locals.
Washington’s second inaugural, delivered March 4, 1793, clocked in at less than two minutes and was only 135 words in length.
The Farewell Address, written by George Washington, was printed in Philadelphia's American Daily Advertiser.
George Washington was persuaded to attend the Constitutional Convention and subsequently was unanimously elected its president.
As a young man, George Washington worked as a surveyor then fought in the French and Indian War. (Don't know exact date)
George Washington was commander in chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. During the American Revolution, he led the colonial forces to victory over the British and became a national hero.
With a peace treaty signed between Great Britain and the U.S., Washington, believing he had done his duty, gave up his command of the army and returned to Mount Vernon, intent on resuming his life as a gentleman farmer and family man.
George Washington was inaugurated.
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