What state did George Washington represent in the Continental Congress?

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What state did George Washington represent in the Continental Congress?

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George Washington (1732 - 1799) was one of the United States' most important founding fathers. Washington served as the commander in chief during the revolution and was the nation's first president.

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First Continental Congress Lesson for Kids: Summary & Results

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The First Continental Congress was a meeting of colonial representatives in response to the Intolerable Acts. Attend this event, meet great American historical figures, and learn how the colonies decided to retaliate against the British.


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