6,1925 George Washington Carver.
Robert Dinwiddie, who was the governor of Virginia at the time, gave the young George Washing a letter to take to the French troops that were beginning to make forts in the Northern half of Virginia, near the Ohio River....
June 9, 1925 George Washington Carver.
George Washington Carver was always interested in plants. When he was a child, he was known as the "plant doctor." He had a secret garden where he grew all kinds of plants. People would ask him for advice when they had sick plants. Sometimes he'd take their plants to his garden and nurse them back to health.
Q: What was the last letter that George Washington wrote?
A: The last letter that George Washington wrote was to his farm manager on December 13, 1799, the day before he died. He wrote Alexander Hamilton on the proposed Military Academy, on December 12.
In 1752, George Washington was 20 years old.
This is why, I believe, we can assert that George Washington was America’s supreme genius in leadership and thus became the Father of Our Country. Consider this assertion in terms of his roles as the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army of the Revolution, the president of the Constitutional Convention and the first President of the United States of America.
George Washington was born February 22, 1732.
Questions and Answers taken from: History of the George Washington Bicentennial Celebration, Volume II, Literature Series (Washington, D.C.: George Washington Bicentennial Commission, 1932), 643-688. (unless otherwise noted)
This was the beginning of George Washington Carver’s life....
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George Washington's Mount Vernon
All the same, George Washington’s attendance at the Constitutional Convention was frankly presumable and therefore Washington brought up many of his own thoughts and ideas during the intense meeting....
George Washington and slavery - Wikipedia
Of all the founding fathers George Washington alone demonstrated fully the threefold characteristics of a visionary leader and the intellectual and moral capacity, over a long period of time and in the course of manifold difficulties, to maintain coherency between long range ideas and goals and short term actions.
George Washington Carver - The Great Idea Finder
George Washington achieved many goals while in office for the Untied States such as: resigned for The Commander in Chief of the Continental Army in 1783, helped organize the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia in 1787 as well as Mobilizing troops against the Whisky Rebellion.