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George Washington, 1843-1844, Edward Dalton Marchant, oil on canvas, 9 7/8 x 7 7/8 in. (25.1 x 20.0 cm.), Smithsonian American Art Museum, Adams-Clement Collection, gift of Mary Louisa Adams Clement in memory of her mother, Louisa Catherine Adams Clement
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Death Defied: Dr. Thornton's Radical Idea of Bringing George Washington Back to Life. G. Washington in his Last Illness, 1800 by Unknown Artist (Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association)
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George Washington Is Appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army by the…
May 10, 1775 2nd Continental Congress names George Washington, supreme commander
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May 10, 1775 2nd Continental Congress names George Washington, supreme commander. American Revolutionary War
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Battle of Monmouth "George Washington prided himself on his ability to control his temper. Few people beyond his immediate family and closest aides ever saw him lose his composure. But on the afternoon of June 28, 1778, Washington exploded in a rage at his second in command General Charles Lee, in a moment that became legendary among the officers who were present." - Jamie witnessed it!
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Washington at the Battle of Monmouth, June 28, 1778, by John Ward Dunsmore. Shows Washington (on the white horse) rallying the troops at the Battle of Monmouth.
Battle of Monmouth was an American Revolutionary War (or American War of Independence) battle fought on June 28, 1778 in Monmouth County, New Jersey. The Continental Army under General George Washington attacked the rear of the British Army column commanded by Lieutenant General Sir Henry Clinton as they left Monmouth Court House
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December 13, 1777 Blacks are officially allowed to fight in the Revolutionary War to help America secure its independence from England. On this day, General of the Continental Army, George Washington, reversed a policy that had barred Blacks from fighting in the war. Authorities were initially fearful that if Blacks helped American gain its freedom, they would demand an end to slavery. An estimated 5,000 Blacks fought in the Revolutionary War.
28 June 1778 - Battle of Monmouth, New Jersey - Indecisive battle near Monmouth Courthouse. American troops under General George Washington fought British troops under General Henry Clinton. The British had left Philadelphia en route to New York. The Americans were pursuing from Valley Forge, their goal to stop the British advance.
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6/28/1778 - Battle of Monmouth, New Jersey: The longest battle of the American Revolution. The British and the Continental armies clashed in the heat from morning until after 5 o' clock PM from exhaustion. Washington planned to resume the battle on the next day, but General Clinton and his men slipped away, undetected by Washington's army, shortly after midnight. Neither side emerged a clear winner of the battle, but the American forces had proved themselves as a professional fighting force.
The Battle of Monmouth was an American Revolutionary War battle fought on June 28, 1778 in Monmouth County, New Jersey. The Continental Army under General George Washington attacked the rear of the British Army column commanded by Lieutenant General Sir Henry Clinton as they left Monmouth Court House (modern Freehold Borough). It is known as the Battle of Monmouth Courthouse.
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On this date (July 3) in 1775, Gen. George Washington takes command of the Continental Army in Cambridge, Mass., during the Siege of Boston.
George Washington loved horses. He had a white horse named Prescott and another horse named Nelson. The had several dogs: Their names were Sweet Lips, Taster, Tippler, Forester, Vulcan, Madame Moose, Mopsey, Drunkard, True Lofe, and Searcher.
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The Whiskey Rebellion: The painting depicts George Washington and his troops near Fort Cumberland, Maryland, before their march to suppress the Whiskey Rebellion in western Pennsylvania.
A big obstacle to commonsense gun control is the Right's false historical narrative that the Founders wanted an armed American public that could fight its own government. The truth is that George Washington looked to citizens militias to put down revolts and maintain order.
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Smithsonian Education | George Washington: Reading the Lansdowne Portrait | A portrait not only depicts a specific sitter, but also often reflects the political culture of a time. David C. Ward, historian at the National Portrait Gallery, helps us read the Lansdowne portrait of George Washington to better understand the kind of society America was and the kind of society Americans wanted at the beginning of the republic.
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▶ George Washington: Reading the Lansdowne Portrait | A portrait not only depicts a specific sitter, but also often reflects the political culture of a time. David C. Ward, historian at the National Portrait Gallery, helps us read the Lansdowne portrait of George Washington to better understand the kind of society America was and the kind of society Americans wanted at the beginning of the republic.
"Washington Before Yorktown" in 1823 by Rembrandt Peale (1778- 1860). Dramatic moment near the end of the Revolutionary War (1775-83), flanked by his officers, at left, Knox, Benjamin Lincoln, and Comte de Rochambeau behind the Marquis de Lafayette, at right, Alexander Hamilton.
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"Washington Before Yorktown" in 1823 by Rembrandt Peale (1778- 1860). Oil on canvas (91x74cm). Private Collection. European tradition of the equestrian portrait. Dramatic moment near the end of the Revolutionary War (1775-83), flanked by his officers, at left, Knox, Benjamin Lincoln, and Comte de Rochambeau behind the Marquis de Lafayette, at right, Alexander Hamilton. Washington gives the command to complete crucial trenches. The weed alludes to might and integrity as well as to the new nation.
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Washington Before Yorktown: 1823 by Rembrandt Peale (Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.)
George Washington creates Purple Heart on August 7, 1782
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On today in 1782, George Washington established the Badge of Military Merit, the forerunner of the Purple Heart. He announced it was a military order for soldiers who exhibited, “not only instances of unusual gallantry in battle, but also extraordinary fidelity and essential service in any way.” Only three soldiers in the Revolutionary War received the badge. #PurpleHeartDay
One of three of the new Country's highest awards during the Revolutionary War was given to a relative, Daniel Bissell of Windsor CT. by General Washington. While Daniel's badge (called the Purple Heart then like the Congressional Medal of Honor now) was destroyed in a house fire, this one (of the original three) survived. This in memory of all who gave so much--freely--to gain our freedom. May we always hold that precious!
The Badge of Merit - now called the Purple Heart, was George Washington's gift to the enlisted men in America's military.
Name that decoration... General George Washington created the “Badge for Military Merit” in 1782. It was officially awarded to three different soldiers, and its official successor decoration is the ______.
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The stories about a young George Washington cutting down a cherry tree aren't true, but you can believe the ones that describe his military prowess. An anecdote that sounds too strange to be true (but is) is that Washington refused to shake hands.
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1776 Continental Dollar. Sometime in July 1776, most probably in New York City, a distinctive new coinage, known to numismatists as the Continental Dollar, was struck in silver, brass and pewter. More than 60 survive today, of which the larger number are pewter. The coin's distinctively American designs are attributed to philosopher, almanac writer and statesman Benjamin Franklin.
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