Message of President John Adams Nominating George Washington to Be Lieutenant General and Commander in Chief of the Armies Raised or to Be Raised in the United States

Message of President John Adams Nominating George Washington to Be Lieutenant General and Commander in Chief of the Armies Raised or to Be Raised in the United States

Book - 1798
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As part of the Quasi-War with France, President John Adams created a standing army for the United States. He nominated former president George Washington to be the army's chief commanding officer, though due to Washington's age, the position was largely ceremonial.
Publisher: [s.l.] : [s.n.], 1798.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (pamphlet)

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