History of George Washington

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Students will be required to write a 1500 word (it can be longer but not shorter), double-spaced research essay on any ONE of the topics listed in the section below.
IMPORTANT: You MUST save your essays as WORD (.doc file) or RICH TEXT FILE (.rtf file) documents! Otherwise, I probably won't be able to open your essay! I can't grade an essay that I can't open!


Your essay should be:
A minimum of 1500 words in length (it can be longer, but NOT shorter).
Based on any ONE of the approved topics listed below.
Written ENTIRELY in your OWN words (no plagiarism, in other words). You may use a few brief quotes, but be careful to use quotation marks (" ") and to keep quotes relevant and to a minimum (no more than 1 or 2 brief quotes per page). Quoted material will NOT count towards the word limit!
Neat and clearly written. I do not require any particular "style" (MLA, APA, Turabian, etc...), but I do expect the essay to be neat and clear. Please be sure to proofread your essay before submitting!
You may use the internet, books, periodicals, etc in researching your essay topic. Be sure to use at least 3 sources and be sure to put everything into your own words when writing the essay! List all sources used at the end of your essay.
Please do not use images (pictures, maps, graphs, etc.) in your essay! They often make it more difficult to upload your file.
Written using standard #12 fonts, double spaced, 1-inch margins, etc..

Tutor Answer

Jkennish
School: Cornell University

Hey buddy? As promised to deliver it earlier, find the attached file, in case you need any amendments, feel free to request. It was a pleasure serving you. Thanks and GoodbyeI look forward working with you again in future.

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History of George Washington
George Washington was Continental Army’s commander in chief during the American
Revolutionary War of periods 1775 to 1783 and served two terms as the first U.S. president,
from 1789 to 1797 (Cunliffe, 236). As the child of a prosperous farmer, Washington was brought
up in colonial Virginia. As a young fellow, he worked as a surveyor and then fought in the
French and Indian War of 1754to 1763. Amid the American Revolution, he led the colonial
forces to triumph over the British and became a national legend. In 1787, he was elected the
president of the convention that composed the U.S. Constitution. After two years, Washington
became America's first president. Understanding the way he dealt with the job would influence
how future presidents approached the position, he passed on a heritage of strength, honesty and
national purpose. Under three years in the wake of leaving office, he passed away at his Virginia
estate, Mount Vernon, at age 67.
Early Years
George Washington was conceived on February 22, 1732, at his family's farm on Pope's
Creek in Westmoreland County, in the British settlement of Virginia, to Augustine Washington
and his second spouse, Mary Ball Washington. As the eldest to Augustine and Mary
Washington's six siblings, he spent quite a bit of his adolescence at Ferry Farm, a farm close to

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Fredericksburg, Virginia. After Washington's dad passed away when he was 11, it's probable he
helped his mother manage the farm (Washington, 1780). Hardly any insights about Washington's
early education are known, in spite of the fact that children of prosperous families like his
usually were educated at home by private tutors or went to non-public schools. It's believed he
completed his formal education at around age 15. As a youngster, Washington, who had
demonstrated an aptitude for arithmetic, became an active surveyor. His surveying expeditions
into the Virginia wild earned him enough cas...

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