Was sworn in as VP nine days before the President
Cornwallis' surrender lead to the American victory in the War of Independence.
Before U.S. became a country
1st President of the United States
Age 52. Planter, surveyor and soldier in The French and Indian War. Leader Of The Colonial Army in The American Revolution. 1st US President.
Connects Manhattan Island in New York City and New Jersey
Mount Vernon, Virginia was his family estate
Westmoreland County, Colony of Virginia, British America. 1732-1799.
1790-1791, resigned; re-appointed in 1795 as Chief Justice, then rejected in the same year by the Senate
1779, oil on canvas; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
Educator and inventor, 1864-1943
Botanist and educator credited with the development of many peanut and sweet potato products
1st US President, 1789-1797
Balcony of Federal Hall, New York City by Robert Livingston, Chancellor of State of New York
Senate Chamber, Congress Hall, Philadelphia by William Cushing, Associate Justice of Supreme Court
"His Slaves and the Creation of America" by Henry Wiencek, 2003
1st. United States President