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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.