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George Washington(курсова робота), стр. 1

GEORGE

WASHINGTON

By: Katya Zemtsova

9D, school № 17

supervisor: Beletskaya S. A.

2001

Министерство образования Российской Федерации

РЕФЕРАТ

по английскому языку

Тема: « Джордж Вашингтон »

Работу выполнила

Земцова Екатерина

ученица 9 “Д” класса

школы № 17

Работу проверила

преподаватель Белецкая С.А

2001 GEORGE WASHINGTON

(1ST PRESIDENT)

Plan

1. Name

2. Physical Description

3. Personality

4. Ancestors

5. Father

6. Mother

7. Siblings

8. Collateral relatives

9. Children

10. Birth

11. Childhood

12. Education

13. Religion

14. Recreation

15. Early romance

A) Betsy Fauntleroy

B) Mary Philipse

C) Sally Fairfax

16. Marriage

17. Military Service

18. Career before the presidency

A) French and Indian War, 1754 – 1763

B) Member of House of Burgesses (1759 – 1774)

C) Delegate to Continental Congress (1774 – 1775)

D) Commander of Chief of Continental Army during Revolution (1775 – 1783)

E) President of Constitutional Convention, 1787

19. Election as President, First Term, 1789

20. Election as President, Second Term, 1792

21. INAUGURAL ADDRESS (First)

22. INAUGURAL ADDRESS (Second)

23. VICE PRESIDENT

CABINET:

A) Secretary state:

B) Secretary of the treasury

C) Secretary of war

D) Attorney General

24. ADMINISTRATION

A) Presidents

B) Indian Affairs

C) Proclamation of Neutrality, 1793

D) Whiskey Rebellion, 1794

E) Jay’s. Treaty, 1795

F) Pinckney’s Treaty, 1795

G) Farewell Address, 1796

H) Sates Admitted to the Union

I) Constitutional Amendments Ratified

25. SUPERME COURT APPOINTMENTS

26. Ranking in 1962 historians poll

27. Retirement

28. Death

29. Washington’s praise (speech)

30. Washington’s criticized (speech)

31. Washington’s quote(s) (speech)

NAME: George Washington. He was probably named after George Eskridge, a lawyer in whose charge Washington's mother had been left when she was orphaned.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Washington was a large, powerful man—about 6 feet 2 inches tall, 175 pounds in his prime, up to more than 200 pounds in later years. Erect in bearing, muscular, broad shouldered, he had large hands and feet (size 13 shoes), a long face with high cheekbones, a large straight nose, determined chin, blue-gray eyes beneath heavy brows and dark brown hair, which on formal occasions he powdered and tied in a queue. His fair complexion bore the marks of smallpox he contracted as a young man. He lost his teeth, probably to gum disease, and wore dentures. According to Dr. Reidar Sognnaes, former dean of the University of California at Los Angeles School of Dentistry, who has made a detailed study of Washington's bridgework, he was fitted with numerous sets of dentures, fashioned variously from lead, ivory, and the teeth of humans, cows, and other animals, but not from wood, as was popularly believed. Moreover, he was not completely toothless. Upon his inauguration as president, Washington had one of his own teeth left to work alongside the dentures. He began wearing reading glasses during the Revolution. He dressed fashionably.

PERSONALITY: A man of quiet strength, he took few friends into complete confidence. His critics mistook his dignified reserve for pomposity. Life for Washington was a serious mission, a job to be tackled soberly, unremittingly. He had little time for humor. Although basically good-natured, he wrestled with his temper and sometimes lost. He was a p

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