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    George Washington was the first person of the United States of America to hold the office of president. George Washington was an American by blood and by heart. Being a leader of such a country is not easy, as it requires hard work and confidence. Washington had to endure many hardships but he met many challenges. With no one to follow as a role model, George Washington served this country for many years. George Washington was born a leader and grew up good-mannered and for this he became the first

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    Through the many obstacles, America has experienced; George Washington helped this free country become united and created by the people for the people. We know and call him by the title of the Founding Father of the United States. In three important ways, Washington helped shape the beginning of our evolving civilization. For instance, he commanded the Continental Army that won American Independence from Great Britain, known as the Revolutionary War. He was also nominated the president the U.S. Constitutional

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    George Washington - The Father of Our Country Why has George Washington earned the title "Father of our Country"? He was a great military leader and served as a general in the Revolutionary War. Washington was very involved in setting up the government of the United States and served as the first President. He is the most honored of any President and there are many things that help us remember him often. With all he has contributed to the success of our country, he certainly deserves this title

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    George Washington George Washington is known as the man who brought America to victory in the Revolutionary War. Washington led the Continental Army in many battles, although there were multiple strings of defeats before any victories. During the war, he successfully crossed the icy Delaware River in the middle of the night preparing for attack against British mercenaries. It was the day after Christmas when they attacked. Towards the end of the war, the battle of Yorktown struck. George Washington’s

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    A Great Leader : George Washington A war veteran, leader, and first president of the United States of America, George Washington was one of our greatest leaders of all time. As one of the founding fathers, George Washington lived during the era of struggle and colonization. As the first President of our country, Washington learned valuable skills as a young boy, became a war hero, and set the standard for the future leaders of the United States of America. On February 22, 1732 one of the greatest

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    better ideal of some significant events that took place before 1877, I did a book review on “George Washington” by Calista McCabe Courtenay. In the book it gives an overview on George Washington life. Courtenay writes this book to give readers an better understanding of Washington biological life. The things I will discuss in this paper is first give a summary Calista McCabe Courtenay book “George Washington”, give her of point of view of writing this book, as well of what she’s trying to establish

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    George Washington, we’ve all heard of him but few people can fully understand him and what he did for our great country. He is said to have had wooden teeth, but he really didn’t, they were just cow’s teeth and ivory. They were less comfortable than wood though, and they distorted the shape of his mouth. One of George Washington’s many quotes was this “ It is impossible to rightly govern a nation without God and the Bible.”(George Washington)(Brainy Quote) George Washington was born on February

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    surrender to Great Britain. However, George Washington was not settling with anything less than trying their best. He kept that little flicker of hope that was still left, alive. The Continental Congress did not see much hope in the war either and turned the responsibility of the war to General George Washington. Washington received a message from Congress saying, “Full power to direct all things relative… to the operations of war.” (Dupuy 63-64). Although Washington did not see this as much of an honor

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    George Washington Did you know that George Washington was our first president? George Washington was our first President, and he served two terms as President. Three important topics to know about George Washington, are, first his early life. Second his military life. Finally his political life. George Washington had a big impact on many people’s lives, by achieving many important goals. Some key things to know about Washington’s early life are that “he was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia,

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    George Washington Many look to George Washington for the great things he accomplished in his lifetime. Winning the War for American Independence, being the first president, and shaping the way the Constitution was written and how the federal government was formed are all attributable to him. However, from his youth, he was a man whose focus on the little details in his life predicted his behavior in grander situations as they were presented to him. Washington memorized the Rules of Civility

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