WASHINGTON, George [1732-1799] -- American Revolutionary patriot, soldier, and statesman, 1° POTUS
a/k/aUnited States, POTUS 1
Commander of the Continental Army (1775-83), President of the Federal Convention
(1787), first President of the United States under the Constitution (1789-83).
A scrupulously honorable man, adored by his peers, he could easily have
become a tyrant. Instead he became an icon.
|Only president to have been unanimously elected by the Electoral College|
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- USA: Index on George Washington A selection of addresses by GW
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There is no shortage of biographical material on George Washington!
- The Life of George Washington On-line text of book originally published in 1807.
- WASHINGTON, George - Biographical Information Congressional biography
- Biography of George Washington The White House site.
- George Washington "This site has been selected as one of The History Channel 's Recommended Sites" (Ames Laboratory, a U.S. DoE laboratory operated by Iowa State University)
- George Washington's Mount Vernon - George Washington Biography From the Mt. Vernon site
- Specific periods, events, aspects. Trivia.
- Military career
- George Washington and the American Revolution The Franklin Institute
- How General Washington and his Spectacles Saved the Republic by George L. Marshall, Jr.
- The World Turned Upside Down: George Washington and the Battle of Yorktown "George Washington and the Battle of Yorktown", by Richard Ferrie (book review)
- George Washington’s Remarkable Vision Originally published by Wesley Bradshaw in the National Review, Vol. 4, No. 12, December 1880.
- The Surprising George Washington A look at the man behind the myth, By Richard Norton Smith (NARA: Spring 1994, Vol. 26, No. 1)
- George Washington Nice summary, developed by Students For ThinkQuest.
- George Washington's Advice "George Washington's advice is part of our American heritage that should be known to all our citizens."
- Alexandria-Washington Lodge No 22 - George Washington Penknife "On display at Alexandria--Washington Masonic Lodge No. 22 in Alexandria, Virginia, is a simple penknife."
- Military career
- Chronologies, synopses, encyclopedias
- Memorials, tributes, shrines
- The Political Graveyard: Index to Politicians: Washington
- George Washington's Funeral Procession
- Mt Rushmore.net
- The George Washington University Washington, D.C.
- Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!
- Welcome to the George Washington Masonic Memorial
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- George Washington in the Yahoo! Directory The Yahoo! collection.
- Internet Archive Search: george washington well over 2000 items: books, documents, more
- George Washington - Google Book Search
- Discussion, interviews
- Biographical There is no shortage of biographical material on George Washington!
- Collections, archives - Papers
- The Papers of George Washington The Papers of George Washington was established in 1969 at the University of Virginia, under the joint auspices of the University and the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union, to publish a complete edition of Washington's correspondence.
- George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress Approximately 65,000 documents. This is the largest collection of original Washington documents in the world. All online!
- Historical context, background
- Period articles
- George Washington's Journal The complete text of this important document is also provided.
- Places (residences, etc)
- Ferry Farm Boyhood home
- NPS sites
- Thesaurus of Geographic Names Results List, Vernacular (Getty Research) Over 400 "Washington" place names
- Sulgrave Manor - The home of George Washington's ancestors.
- George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens
- Chart of the Presidents and Vice-Presidents of the United States (ARCHIVE)
- Period articles