a person who is professionally involved in politics
politician
a battle fought over the course of ten days in which George Washington's army won. (1776)
trenton
the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint
freedom
also referred to as the American War of Independence, was an armed conflict between Great Britain and thirteen of its North American Colonies. (April 19th 1775 to September 3rd 1783)
revolutionary
a new state that joined the union during Washington's presidency in 1791
Vermont
George Washington was also considered as one of these. A person who serves in an army
soldier
George Washington was also considered as one of these. A person in authority, especially over a body of troops or military operation
commander
The last name of the man who was George Washington's vice president (1789-1797)
Adams
A new state that joined the union during Washington's presidency in 1789
North Carolina
The army that was formed by the second continental congress after the outbreak of the American Revolutionary war. Founded by George Washington
continental
The month that George Washington died in
December
the new state that joined the union during Washington's presidency in 1792
Kentucky
The new state that joined the union during Washington's presidency in 1796
Tennessee
The highest elected office in the United States. George Washington was the first
president
soldiers or armed forces
troops
A pivotal battle in the American Revolutionary war in which the continental army defeated British forces. Was commanded by George Washington (New Jersey 1777)
princeton
The state in which George Washington was born
Virginia
The new state that joined the union during Washington's presidency in 1790
Rhode Island
The month in which George Washington was born in
February
The 32 page address where Washington urged Americans to avoid excessive political party spirit and geographical distinctions
farewell