|24 July 1775||
GW at American headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In his General Orders, he criticizes the sentinels and their officers for stopping high-level officers out of ignorance.
|23 July 1775||
GW at American headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
|26 June 1775||
GW left New York City and lodged for the night at King’s Bridge at the Northern end of Manhattan Island.
|15 June 1775||
GW in Philadelphia for the Second Continental Congress. GW dined at Burns’s Tavern. He spent the evening with his new committee drafting army regulations.
|31 May 1775||
GW in Philadelphia for the Second Continental Congress. GW wrote in his diary that he dined with John Rutledge, a representative of S.C. in the Continental Congress.
|11 May 1775||
GW at the State House in Philadelphia for the Second Continental Congress. During this day’s session, the delegates decided to keep their proceedings private.
|10 May 1775||
GW attended the first meeting of the Second Continental Congress, which was held in the Philadelphia State House. The Congress was meant to plan further responses to the British government.
|14 April 1775||
GW at Mount Vernon. In his diary he wrote that he hosted Dr. William Rumney and Alexandria, Va.
|17 January 1775||
GW in Alexandria, Va., where he spent the day “Under Arms” and chaired the Committee of Fairfax County in the evening.
|26 March 1775||
GW stayed in Wilton, Va., all day, where there was a misting rain.