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Dinwiddie visiting George Washington
Governor , Robert Dinwiddie sent George Washington to take a message to the French to warm the French to GET OUT of the Ohio Walley
On October 31 , 1752 , Dinwiddie sent Washington to For LeBoeuf , at what is now Waterford, Pennsylvania to warm French to remove themselves from land claimed by Britain.
The French politely refused and Washington made a hasty ride back to Williamsburg, Virginias colonial capitol
George Washington didnt know it at the time , but the battle at Great Meadow was considered the first battle of the French and Indian War
George Washington completed work for Virginia's Lieutenant Governor Robert Dinwiddie
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