The New World

Was George Washington a geographer

George Washington manifested the abilities of a cartographer and a surveyor at an early age. When he was 13, Washington made his first map, which was of his father’s property, Mt. Vernon. At the age of 17, Washington was appointed surveyor of Culpepper County, Virginia. At age 21, Washington entered military service, and the rest is history.


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