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George Washington, who was a surveyor at the time, completed work for Virginia's Lieutenant Governor Robert Dinwiddie.
Dinwiddie saw early signs of natural leadership in Washinton and soon appointed Washington as his personal assistant with a rank of major in the Virgina militia.
At age twenty-two Wahington volunteered for the dangerous mission!
Washington was given the honorary rank of colonel and joined British General Edward Braddock's army in Virginia in 1755.
Ocober 31,1753, Dinwiddie sent Washington to Fort LeBoeuf, at what is now Waterford
After Washington returned, Dinwiddie promoted him to colonel... and sent Washington out west again. this time Washingto was sent to defend the land at the forks.
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