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1789
   President of the United States was   
George Washington
Appears on 1 dollar note
1789
      
William Blake Published Songs of Innocence
1789
      
The Bastille Was Stormed
Paris mob storms the Bastille prison, July 14; today's French national holiday
1789
      
George Washington Became the First President of the U.S.A.
Serves until 1797
1789
   saw the   
Storming of the Bastille
July 14, French mob storms this symbol of repression, thereby beginning the French Revolution
1789
      
Jay-Gardoqui Treaty
Trade treaty between United States and Spain.
1789
      
Treaty of Fort Harmar
Between the United States government and several Native American tribes with claims to the Ohio Country.
North Carolina
   joined the U.S.A in   
1789
November 21, 1789
Abdülhamid I
   ruled from   
1774 - 1789
Abdülhamid was imprisoned for most of the first forty-two years of his life by his cousins Mahmud I and Osman III and his older brother Mustafa III, as was custom.
Selim III
   ruled from   
1789 - 1807
Selim III would be the only Ottoman sultan to be killed by the sword (assassination).
April 30, 1789
   the oath was recited by   
George Washington
Balcony of Federal Hall, New York City by Robert Livingston, Chancellor of State of New York
1789
   was the year of the   
Storming of the Bastille
July 14, French mob storms this symbol of repression, thereby beginning the French Revolution
Nicolas Dalayrac
   composed   
Les Deux Petits Savoyards (1789)
The Two Little Savoyards
A Tale of Two Cities (1935)
   features   
French Revolution, 1789-1799
Book By Charles Dickens
A Tale of Two Cities
   is   
The French Revolution, 1789-1799
By Charles Dickens, 1859
"A Government Instituted by Themselves for These Essential Purposes"
   is an extract from the   
Washington’s First Inaugural Address (1789)
George Washington
Nor Shall Be Compelled in Any Criminal Case to Be a Witness Against Himself
   is an extract from the   
Bill of Rights (1789)
5th amendment.
Nor Be Deprived of Life, Liberty, or Property, Without Due Process of Law
   is an extract from the   
Bill of Rights (1789)
5th amendment.
"A Reverence for the Characteristic Rights of Freemen and a Regard for the Public Harmony"
   is an extract from the   
Washington’s First Inaugural Address (1789)
George Washington
The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms, Shall Not Be Infringed
   is an extract from the   
Bill of Rights (1789)
2nd amendment.
1776, 1789, 1917, 1959, 1978
   are all   
Years of Revolutions
The American, French, Russian, Cuban, and Iranian/Islamic revolutions... respectively
The Accused Shall Enjoy the Right to a Speedy and Public Trial
   is an extract from the   
Bill of Rights (1789)
6th amendment.






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