This category lists pages and sites about George Washington (1732-1799), the first president of the United States. Washington served from 1789-1797.
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American President: George Washington
Fact file and comprehensive biographical sketch based on PBS series. Includes lesson plans and links.
Provides a biography of American President George Washington. Includes his portrait and a list of his Supreme Court appointments.
Short biography from the official White House site.
George Washington - Fight the Bias
Read the biography, quotes and historical facts surrounding the first president of the United States.
George Washington Papers
Library of Congress site which presents its collection of 65,000 Washington documents. Each page of these documents has been photographed and is presented online. Site also includes a timeline of his lie and a selection of essays.
George Washington: A National Treasure
Explore interactive portrait to learn about George Washington. Also includes a chronology and lesson plans.
Historic Valley Forge: George Washington
Documents and stories from the life of the man who led colonial troops through the harsh winter at Valley Forge.
The Moland House
George Washington's headquarters on August 10, 1777, where the Marquis de Lafayette joined the American Revolution, the American Flag was said to have first flown over American troops, and several other historic generals joined the American Revolution.
Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens
Dedicated to Washington's home in Virginia. Visitor guide, virtual tour and educational resources.
PBS: Rediscovering George Washington
Supporting site for the TV biographical documentary includes documents, timelines and teaching materials.
Six Historic Americans: George Washington
Article which sets out to prove that Washington was not a Christian communicant and not a believer in the Christian religion.
The ancestral home, in England, of George Washington's family.
The Surprising George Washington
Attempting to find the real man in the historical record. From Prologue, the quarterly journal of the National Archives and Records Administration.
A brief look at the monument and the man it memorializes.