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George Washington Facts

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According to Newsweek, 14 percent of all pre-school children think George Washington is still sitting in the oval office.
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Five states were added to the Union during George Washington's presidency - North Carolina (1789), Rhode Island (1790), Vermont (1791), Kentucky (1792), and Tennessee (1796).
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George Washington and Thomas Jefferson grew marijuana on their plantations!
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George Washington grew marijuana in his garden.
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George Washington is the first President to appear on a postage stamp.
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George Washington left no direct descendent.
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George Washington loved ice cream so much that he had two 'ice-boxes' installed at his Mount Vernon home.
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George Washington never attended any school or college, he was educated as a child by his father and brother.
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George Washington was the first president elected under the Constitution.
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George Washington was the only Founding Father to free his slaves.
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George Washington was the only Founding Father to free his slaves.
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George Washington was the only president who did not live in Washington D.C.
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George Washington was was the first Mason to serve as president.
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George Washington's 2nd inaugural address was the shortest ever delivered - 135 words.
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The only person who's birthday is a legal holiday all across the U.S. is George Washington.
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The only person who's birthday is a legal holiday all across the U.S. is George Washington.
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There were 13 stars on the United States flag when Washington became President in 1789.
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Washington DC, the nation's capital is named after George Washington.
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