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Martha Washington was the wife of George Washington, the first president of the United States. .... Martha Washington took her familiar role as her husband's hostess at camp. .... After Jacky died during the Revolutionary War, his slaves passed to his son, George Washington Parke Custis, who at the time was a minor .

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Beyond such material contributions, Martha Washington's role inspired many people during the Revolutionary Era. In fact, she was even enshrined in popular  ...

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During the American Revolution, Martha Washington assumed a prominent role as caretaker for her husband, appointed the General of the American Army by ...

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Life before the Revolution. During the 1760s, Martha Washington settled comfortably into her role as the wife of a leading Virginia planter. Her life revolved  ...

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Martha Washington, as many know, was the first first lady, dutifully serving this ... was encouraged to take on the role of president of the United States of America.

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Martha Washington - a list of kid-friendly facts about the first first lady of the United States of America. Information including the important role she played during ...

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By marrying Martha Curtis, George Washington went from being an ordinary ... Although she didn't take an active role in fighting in the Revolutionary War, she ...

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Find out more about the history of Martha Washington, including videos, interesting ... States and commander in chief of the colonial armies during the American Revolution. ... in 1790, she still privately chafed at the demands of her public role.

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Martha Washington to Hannah Boudinot, January 15, 1784 (GLC03909) The Revolutionary War disrupted the home life of Americans for eight years. Battles ...

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When the Revolutionary War began, Martha's husband George was chosen to be commander of the Continental Army. Martha was celebrated by the patriots ...