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Matrix, Runout (Side A): FR101 RL29322 A-14652. Matrix, Runout (Side B): FR102 RL29323 A-14653.
White Rabbit is an album by George Benson. The title track is a cover of the famous Great Society/Jefferson Airplane song by Grace Slick. This album was George Benson's second CTI Records project produced by Creed Taylor and was recorded nine months after Beyond the Blue Horizon. White Rabbit" was described at Billboard as a dynamic pop-packed jazz LP with two extraordinary works "California Dreaming" and "White rabbit".
George Washington's farewell address is a letter written by President George Washington as a valedictory to "friends and fellow-citizens" after 20 years of public service to the United States. He wrote it near the end of his second term of presidency before retiring to his home at Mount Vernon in Virginia.
Although George Washington never had any children of his own, he did have a rather large family, comprised of his many siblings and step-children (and step-grandchildren). George Washington's Immediate Family. Father Augustine Washington (1694-1743). Mother Mary Ball Washington (1708-1789). Brothers Samuel Washington (1734-1781) John Augustine Washington (1736-1787) Charles Washington (1738-1799). George Washington marries Martha Dandridge Custis, a young widow with two small children. Trip to the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers. George Washington and a friend from the days of the French and Indian War go to see their western lands on the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers. Washington's First Portrait. In 1772, Annapolis artist Charles Willson Peale visited Mount Vernon where he recorded the first known likeness of George Washington.
George Washington: George Washington, commander-in-chief of the colonial armies in the American Revolution, who was later the first president of the United States. president involving a hatchet, a cherry tree, and a young Washington who cannot tell a lie. The legend attests to Washington’s honesty, virtue, and piety-that is, if it is true. For diversion Washington was fond of riding, fox hunting, and dancing, of such theatrical performances as he could reach, and of duck hunting and sturgeon fishing. In all outdoor pursuits, from wrestling to colt breaking, he excelled.
So Brer Fox decided to capture and kill Brer Rabbit if it was the last thing he ever did! He thought and he thought until he came up with a plan. He would make a tar baby! Brer Fox went and got some tar and he mixed it with some turpentine and he sculpted it into the figure of a cute little baby. Then he stuck a hat on the Tar Baby and sat her in the middle of the road. Then Brer Fox heard someone calling his name. He turned around and looked up the hill. Brer Rabbit was sitting on a log combing the tar out of his fur with a wood chip and looking smug. I was bred and born in the briar patch, Brer Fox," he called. Born and bred in the briar patch. And Brer Rabbit skipped away as merry as a cricket while Brer Fox ground his teeth in rage and went home.
Learn about George Washington with these free printable worksheets. Washington, who longed for adventure, tried to join the British Navy at age 14, but his mother refused to allow it. At age 16, he became a surveyor so he could explore the Virginia frontier. A short time later, George joined the Virginia militia. He proved himself to be a competent military leader, and went on to fight in the French and Indian War as a major. Although George and Martha never had children together, he loved his step-children dearly. He was devastated when the youngest, Patsy, died just before the American Revolution. When his step-son, Jacky, also died during the Revolutionary War, Martha and George adopted Jacky's two children and raised them.
George Washington (February 22, 1732 – December 14, 1799) was the first President of the United States (1789–1797), the commander in chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War, and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. Washington's mother was Mary Ball and his father was Augustine Washington. They owned a plantation with slaves in Virginia. George studied at local schools in Fredericksburg, and was also homeschooled for part of his life.
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