Some of the most important events that were in Washington's presidential years were listed in this article. On April 30, 1789 was when George Washington was inaugurated as the first president of the United States. On December 6, 1790, the U.S moved from New York to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. One really important even was on May 31, 1790 when Washington signed the first United States copyright law. Also on March 26, 1790, Congress passed the United States' first naturalization law to establish the terms of citizenship.
George was reelected president for a second term. This vote was unanimous. Basically everyone voted for him the second time! They just knew he could do the job! Although people were still attacking him for supporting he national bank, for living in a presidential luxury mansion, and for wishing to become a monarch.
In most peoples opinions George Washington was a great president! He was the father of our country. Some of the first jobs to do in George Washington's first months of office was the creation of executive departments and the president's appointments to head them. Many laws were created including the act establishing the state department. Also laws included the act of the creation of the Department of War.
The first president of the United States, George Washington only wanted to work his two terms. He did not want to do a third term because he wanted to be fair to all of the citizens. George Washington wanted to only work his two terms and then be done. Even though a lot of the people wanted him to just stay president he did not want to. He even got asked to stay but he refused.