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Finally we will look at his thoughts on foreign alliances of which he also felt very strongly about. All these points were made in his address and given to the American people as helpful suggestions.
Determining Speech George Washington gave one very famous speech at one point in his very productive life. This speech was his Farewell Address. These were wise words of which he decided to bestow upon the American people before he retired. With numerous well made and useful suggestions.
United Nation General Washington mainly stated in this eloquent address suggestions for future leaders of this new nation. One suggestion was to stay away from political parties. He felt political parties would divide the nation.
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In modern government we can see how true his words were. Our current political parties certainly divide the people of this nation and never come close to a concrete agreement. Tradition Another word of advice given in this meaningful speech was to stay away from a third term. This tradition was kept until FDR.
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Born in in New York the city that would loom large in his work , the American writer was named after the great American, George Washington. Of course, Washington only became President in , but when Irving was born he was already known as an important founding father of the newly independent United States. The Knickerbocker Glory — a multi-coloured ice-cream sundae served in a tall glass — first appears in print in in a Graham Greene novel.
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Why the shift in meaning? Yes, New York again. Irving borrowed the name from the Nottinghamshire village in England, which was reputedly inhabited by fools. The plan worked and John moved his lodge elsewhere. Irving wrote the fairy story of Rip Van Winkle. The story of the man who goes to sleep in the Catskill mountains and wakes up years later to find his wife dead and his son grown up was written by Irving while he was staying in England, in Rip Van Winkle goes to sleep for twenty years, not a hundred: Irving is best-known for these two fairy tales.
Why did Irving invent the story then? Irving helped to create the modern idea of Christmas. Charles Dickens often gets the credit for inventing the modern Christmas, with goodwill to everyone, the resurrection of old and formerly outdated customs, and the big Christmas feast. Dickens himself was greatly influenced by Irving. Like Dickens, he wrote five Christmas stories, and, like Dickens also, he championed traditional festive customs which had fallen out of favour and which he had experienced while staying in England shortly before this.
He left school at 15 to become a surveyor because his mother couldn't afford to send him to college. Washington never had any children of his own. Reaching Great Heights At 6 feet, 2 inches tall and pounds, he was one of our biggest presidents.
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Favorite Foods Some of his favorite dishes were cream of peanut soup, mashed sweet potatoes with coconut, and string beans with mushrooms. Canine Crush He bred hound dogs that he treated like members of the family. He gave some of them unusual names: Tartar, Truelove, and Sweet Lips.