George Washington

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George Washington
United States
30 April 1789—4 March 1797
Predecessor: Position Established
Successor: John Adams
Personal Details
Birth: 1732
Death: 1799
Party: Democratic Party

George Washington (1732-1799) was the 1st President of the United States under the US Constitution.

He served from 1789 to 1797.


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George Washington Liberty Caucus

On August 4th, 1753, President George Washington was raised to the degree of Master Mason, the highest rank in Freemasonry, in his hometown of Fredericksburg, Virginia, at the age of twenty-one. On the 266th anniversary of this event, the George Washington Liberty Caucus held their inaugural teleconference to reinvigorate Americans’ passion for their history, inspire the virtues of Friendship and Brotherly Love among Libertarians, and advocate for the “great experiment” of independence.

Preceded by:
Cyrus Griffin
US President
Succeeded by:
John Adams

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