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► On March 1, 1692, in Salem Village in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, three women are charged with the illegal practice of witchcraft after two young girls experienced fits and other mysterious maladies. During the next few months, area residents incriminated more than 150 women and men. ► On Feb. 27, 1864, the first Union inmates begin arriving at Andersonville prison in Georgia. Andersonville became synonymous with death as nearly a quarter of its inmates died in captivity. Confederate camp commander Henry Wirz was executed after the war for brutality and mistreatment under his command.

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icebergs that make their way into the major shipping lanes. The U.S. National Ice Center monitors icebergs larger than 5,400 square feet (500 sq/m) near Antarctica using satellite data. Icebergs are not just studied and watched to protect ships, scientists use them as tools for studying ocean processes and climate. • A way that some inventive Canadians have chosen to use the abundance of icebergs floating in their waters is in creating vodka and other alcoholic spirits. The Iceberg Vodka Corporation, based in St. John’s Newfoundland, produces spirits “made from naturally pure 12,000-yearold icebergs harvested off the coast of Newfoundland.” They use Ontario-grown sweet corn in making their beverages as well. They also make Iceberg Rum and Iceberg Gin. • The largest iceberg ever recorded was found near Baffin Island in 1882. Eight miles long and three miles wide (13 km long/6 km wide), its height above water was 65 feet (20 m).

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2. Saw Military Action in the French and Indian War During the French and Indian War (17541763), Washington became aide-de-camp to General Edward Braddock. Braddock was killed during the war, and Washington was recognized for keeping calm and keeping the unit together.

3. Was Commander of the Continental Army Washington was the Commander in Chief of •Washington was the only Founding Fathers the Continental Army during the American to free his slaves. Revolution. He led a group of soldiers against a far superior army to victory resulting in •He was the only president who did not live independence. in Washington D.C. 4. Was President of the Constitutional •The nation's capital, along with 1 state, 31 Convention counties and 17 cities (Maybe 18 counting The Constitutional Convention met in 1787 the town of "George," in central Washington to deal with the weaknesses that had become apparent in the Articles of Confederation. State) are named in his honor. Washington was named president and presided •As a farmer, Washington grew marijuana over the writing of the US Constitution. on his farm and promoted it's growth. (In 5. Was the Only Unanimously Elected the 1790s, the crop was grown mainly for President its industrial value as hemp and for soil George Washington has been the only stabilization. It was many years later that president in the history of the American the recreational and illegal use of marijuana presidency to be unanimously elected to the became popular.) office. In fact, he also received all the electoral votes when he ran for his second term in office. •As a farmer, he is credited with introducing James Monroe was the only other president the mule to America. who came close, with only one electoral vote against him in 1820. •He was the first Mason to serve as 6. Asserted Federal Authority During the president. Whiskey Rebellion •Washington's 2nd inaugural address was In 1794, Washington met his first real challenge to federal authority head on with the shortest ever delivered - 135 words. the Whiskey Rebellion. This was when Pennsylvania farmers refused pay taxes on Whiskey and other goods. Washington was 10 Key Facts to Know About able to stop to this when he sent in federal troops to put down the rebellion and ensure George Washington compliance.

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Grandma Moses is proof positive that you’re never too old to learn something new. Take a look at the life of this celebrated folk artist who started a new career in her 70s. • Grandma Moses was born Anna Mary Robertson in upstate New York in 1860. As a child, she began painting, squeezing juice out of grapes and lemons to obtain colors. • At the tender age of 12, Anna left home to work on a neighboring farm doing housework. At 27, she married one of the farm’s hired men, Thomas Moses. While on their honeymoon to North Carolina, the couple spied a farm in Virginia they liked, and invested their meager $600 savings to rent the place, where they remained for 20 years. For spare cash, Anna sold homemade potato chips and butter to the neighbors. The Moses had 10 children, only five of whom survived. • The family then moved to a farm at Eagle Bridge, New York, and it was here that Anna completed her first painting. While wallpapering her parlor, she ran out of paper, pasted up plain white paper and painted a scene. That first work still hangs today in a Bennington, Vermont museum. • When Anna was 67, Thomas passed away and she handed over the farm duties to her son and daughter-in-law. During her spare time, she embroidered pictures with yarn wool, which were much admired by family and friends.

However, arthritis set in, forcing her to give up her needlework when it became too difficult to hold the needle. But she could hold a brush, and so turned to painting at age 76. • Grandma Moses laid Masonite flat on an old kitchen table for her work rather than using an easel. She shared her “studio” with the washer and dryer. She charged $2 for a small painting and $3 for a large one. When she was 78, an art collector from New York City happened to be driving through Grandma’s small community and saw her paintings in the window of the W.D. Thomas Pharmacy. He bought every one, then drove to the Moses’ farm to purchase all she had on hand. Three major exhibits followed shortly after, and Anna was on the road to fame. • Grandma Moses lived past her 101st birthday. LIFE magazine featured her on the cover of its September, 19, 1960 issue in honor of her 100th birthday. Twenty-five paintings were done after she hit the century mark. Her art hangs in nine U.S. museums, and another hangs in the White House. In 2004, one of her painting appeared on the PBS broadcast Antiques Roadshow, where it was appraised at $60,000. The painting “The Old Checkered House, 1862,” had been purchased in the 1940s for less than $10, and had appeared in a 1946 ad campaign for DuBarry cosmetics’ “Primitive Red” lip gloss. Her highest-selling work to date, her 1943 painting “Sugaring Off,” sold in 2006 for $1.2 million. • Fellow artist Norman Rockwell included Grandma’s likeness in his 1948 painting “Christmas Homecoming,” featured on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post’s Christmas issue that year. • Fans of the 1960s television comedy series The Beverly Hillbillies” may recall that the name of the character known as Granny was Daisy Moses. She was named such as a tribute to Grandma Moses, who had died shortly before the series premiered.

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