Military and government evolution
George Washington was the first United States president who ruled between 1789 and 1797 where he was unanimously voted as President in the first and second national elections. He was born in the year 1732 on the 22nd day of the second month of the year. He was one of the establishing fathers of the U.S. and headed the convention that took part in drafting the current constitution being that is used in the United States. During the American Revolutionary War, he was in the Continental army as the Commander-in-Chief. For the days he lived he was referred to as the “father of his country”. He created a government that was acceptable to all Americans.
As a youth, George Washington joined the British colonial militia as a senior officer during the French and Indian war of between 1754 and 1763. This war involved colonies of New France and British America and was fought from the south of Virginia to north of Nova Scotia. It arose as a dispute over who would control the Forks of Ohio that is the Monongahela and Allegheny rivers. In the fifth month of 1754 militiamen under the command of 22-year-old George Washington attacked a French patrol at the Battle of Jumonville Glen. At the end of this war, Britain dominated the France, and it controlled eastern North America. This war also attributed to a decline in France’s colonial presence in the Caribbean (Conn & Fairchild, 2009).
In the year 1769 Washingto…
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