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George Washington a really great guy The father of our country George Washington can easily be considered one of the greatest historical figures of our nations time Washington had by no means a very easy work free life He always had to work hard for what he wanted His remarkable courage earned him respect everywhere he went Perhaps it was his loyalty to helping out his nation that earned him the fame that he never really wanted A normal guy made great under the bravery of his own terms and want to help defend his home and country George Washington was born into a brick house near the junction of Popes Creek and the Potomac River at on February 11 1732 He acquired a short and local amount of schooling during his youth His spelling was a little shaky even to the end of his life but it did improve somewhat over time and he developed large handwriting He was Six feet tall and lanky He had rather long and lean arms and thighs and he was flat chested basically a lurp He had strong but quite regular features except that the upper part of this nose was unusually broad His face exhibited the marks of smallpox He had light blue eyes and brown hair His teeth through no fault of his own became loose at a young age and had them pulled and did in fact use wooden dentures His health was fairly good throughout his life although he did occasionally have a bout with headaches and fevers and what he referred to as the or what could have been malaria or something like it His involvement in the military was due to the connections he had through family ties In December of 1752 his friend Colonel Fairfax was on the governors council and Dinwiddie signed Washington to the area of southern
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