Our George Washington Key Facts page provides all sorts of interesting facts about George Washington and his many accomplishments as general, president, statesman, and farmer.

Our George Washington Key Facts page provides all sorts of interesting facts about George Washington and his many accomplishments as general, president, statesman, and farmer.

George Washington Carver - born into slavery he was a scientist, botanist, inventor, & educator. He has been credited for discovering over 300 uses for the peanut and hundreds of uses for soybeans, pecans, & sweet potatoes.

George Washington Carver - born into slavery he was a scientist, botanist, inventor, & educator. He has been credited for discovering over 300 uses for the peanut and hundreds of uses for soybeans, pecans, & sweet potatoes.

George Washington Carver, botanist,  invented five hundred or so uses for the peanut, lectured  at the Tuskegee Institute, and was an outstanding artist.

George Washington Carver, botanist, invented five hundred or so uses for the peanut, lectured at the Tuskegee Institute, and was an outstanding artist.

George Washington, 1st American President ( 1789 - 1797 ) Born February 22, 1732 Westmoreland, Virginia, British America   Died December 14, 1799 (aged 67) Mount Vernon, Virginia, U.S.

George Washington, 1st American President ( 1789 - 1797 ) Born February 22, 1732 Westmoreland, Virginia, British America Died December 14, 1799 (aged 67) Mount Vernon, Virginia, U.S.

George Washington – Fun Facts & Weird Rumors: America’s 1st President – Wooden Teeth, Cherry Tree...True or False? - George Washington, America’s first President, was heralded as a great leader in a time when the United States faced many changes. Learn highlights about his family life, military accomplishments, political life as well as some strange rumors that many people believe today. George Washington’s..., CC Cycle 3 Week 5

George Washington – Fun Facts & Weird Rumors: America’s 1st President – Wooden Teeth, Cherry Tree...True or False? - George Washington, America’s first President, was heralded as a great leader in a time when the United States faced many changes. Learn highlights about his family life, military accomplishments, political life as well as some strange rumors that many people believe today. George Washington’s..., CC Cycle 3 Week 5

Hail to the Chief! Get ready to meet all of our nation's presidents, from George Washington to Barack Obama, and everyone in between, including a section on Donald Trump, our newest president elected in 2016. This easy-to-read book offers mini biographies and fun facts about each president's accomplishments in the Oval Office and beyond, accompanied by photographs and lists of key events.

Hail to the Chief! Get ready to meet all of our nation's presidents, from George Washington to Barack Obama, and everyone in between, including a section on Donald Trump, our newest president elected in 2016. This easy-to-read book offers mini biographies and fun facts about each president's accomplishments in the Oval Office and beyond, accompanied by photographs and lists of key events.

How Washington save the New Nation- The Newburgh Address: At the meeting they were to discuss a fiery petition, probably written by John Armstrong, Jr., an aide de camp of Horatio Gates, calling for the officers to mutiny if Congress failed to provide them back pay and pensions.

How Washington save the New Nation- The Newburgh Address: At the meeting they were to discuss a fiery petition, probably written by John Armstrong, Jr., an aide de camp of Horatio Gates, calling for the officers to mutiny if Congress failed to provide them back pay and pensions.

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