|03 January 1791||
GW at Philadelphia. GW wrote to the Senate nominating Abraham Ogden as Attorney for the United States in the District of N.J., which was confirmed the next day.
|13 May 1754||
GW was marching throughout the Ohio Valley, leaving Little Meadows, Md. for the Great Crossing of the Youghiogheny River in Pennsylvania. He did not arrive there at until 18 May.
|06 May 1754||
GW was en route from Wills Creek, Pa./Md., which he left on 29 April, to Redstone Creek on the Monongahela River in Pennsylvania.
|22 April 1754||
GW was at Wills Creek, Pa./Md., where the Va. regiment and others established camp. Around this time, Ens. Edward Ward, the officer serving under Capt.
|27 March 1797||
GW at Mount Vernon where the wind blew “violently” during the afternoon and evening.
|03 April 1797||
GW at Mount Vernon, where he wrote his step-grandson George Washington Parke Custis with an update on mansion repairs and praised him for his improved writing.
|06 February 1775||
GW at Mount Vernon with some guests.
|30 January 1775||
GW at Mount Vernon. He rode out “to see the Sick People”--presumably among his slaves--and returned “by Muddy hole,” one of his Mount Vernon farms.
|23 January 1775||
GW at Mount Vernon. Doctor William Rumney came during the afternoon.
|01 February 1790||
GW in N.Y. GW wrote in his diary that he decided to rent the former Minister from France’s house in N.Y. as his new presidential residence.