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'''George Washington''' (February 22, 1732 - December 14, 1799) was a male [[human]] on [[Earth]] in the 18th century. Born in what was then the [[British]] colony of [[Virginia]], Washington became a military officer, serving first for the British, and then as [[commander-in-chief]] of the American land forces fighting for independence. Following the [[American Revolution]] and the establishment of the [[United States of America]], Washington was elected as the nation's first [[President of the United States|President]].
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'''George Washington''' (February 22, 1732 - December 14, 1799) was a male [[human]] on [[Earth]] in the 18th century. Born in what was then the [[British]] colony of [[Virginia]], Washington became a military officer, serving first for the British in the French and Indian War and then as [[commander-in-chief]] of the American land forces fighting for independence during the [[American Revolution]]. Following the American Revolution and the establishment of the [[United States of America]], Washington was elected as the nation's first [[President of the United States|President]].
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
Washington was honored with an obelisk known as the [[Washington Monument]] in the city of [[Washington, DC]]. ({{n1|DS9|Far Beyond the Stars}}) He was also honored with a carving of his likeness on [[Mount Rushmore]], a monument which also survived at least until the late [[23rd century]]. ({{m|TOS|Star Trek V: The Final Frontier}})
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Washington was honored with an [[obelisk]] known as the [[Washington Monument]] in the city of [[Washington, DC]]. ({{n1|DS9|Far Beyond the Stars}}) He was also honored with a carving of his likeness on [[Mount Rushmore]], a monument which also survived at least until the late [[23rd century]]. ({{m|TOS|Star Trek V: The Final Frontier}})
   
 
The [[1939 New York World's Fair]] opened on [[April]] 30, [[1939]], the 150th anniversary of George Washington's inauguration. ({{n1|DS9|Far Beyond the Stars}})
 
The [[1939 New York World's Fair]] opened on [[April]] 30, [[1939]], the 150th anniversary of George Washington's inauguration. ({{n1|DS9|Far Beyond the Stars}})
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An image of Washington was among the files in the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) library computer|library computer]] accessed by the [[Talosian]]s in [[2254]]. ({{e|TOS|The Cage|The Menagerie}})
 
[[file:George Washington Gold Key.jpg|left|thumb|An [[android]] replica of George Washington on [[Gamma Alpha V]].]]
 
[[file:George Washington Gold Key.jpg|left|thumb|An [[android]] replica of George Washington on [[Gamma Alpha V]].]]
In the [[23rd century]], [[historian]] [[Alexander Lazarus]] created an android replica of Washington on planet [[Gamma Alpha V]], along with many other significant humans from throughout history. He was killed shortly after meeting the [[USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)|USS Enterprise]] crew, as the planet was destroyed. ({{c|TOS|The Legacy of Lazarus}})
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In the [[23rd century]], [[historian]] [[Alexander Lazarus]] created an android replica of Washington on planet [[Gamma Alpha V]], along with many other significant humans from throughout history. Washington was married to an android replica of [[Helen of Troy]]. He was killed shortly after meeting the {{USS|Enterprise|NCC-1701}} crew, as the planet was destroyed. ({{c|TOS|The Legacy of Lazarus}})
   
 
During his encounter with [[Doctor]] [[Beverly Crusher]], terrorist leader [[Kyril Finn]] compared himself to George Washington in his struggle to gain independence from the [[Rutian]]s for the [[Ansatan]] people. Crusher rejected the comparison, stating that Washington was a military general who did not target innocent civilians. ({{e|TNG|The High Ground}})
 
During his encounter with [[Doctor]] [[Beverly Crusher]], terrorist leader [[Kyril Finn]] compared himself to George Washington in his struggle to gain independence from the [[Rutian]]s for the [[Ansatan]] people. Crusher rejected the comparison, stating that Washington was a military general who did not target innocent civilians. ({{e|TNG|The High Ground}})
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In an [[alternate reality|alternate timeline]] created by escaped [[asylum]] inmate [[Trengur]], [[Britain]] put down the American Revolution. Washington was shot and killed by British troops in [[1776]]. ({{c|TOS|{{cd|No Time Like the Past}}}})
   
 
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Latest revision as of 20:47, June 10, 2020

George Washington (February 22, 1732 - December 14, 1799) was a male human on Earth in the 18th century. Born in what was then the British colony of Virginia, Washington became a military officer, serving first for the British in the French and Indian War and then as commander-in-chief of the American land forces fighting for independence during the American Revolution. Following the American Revolution and the establishment of the United States of America, Washington was elected as the nation's first President.

HistoryEdit

Washington was honored with an obelisk known as the Washington Monument in the city of Washington, DC. (DS9 novelization: Far Beyond the Stars) He was also honored with a carving of his likeness on Mount Rushmore, a monument which also survived at least until the late 23rd century. (TOS movie: Star Trek V: The Final Frontier)

The 1939 New York World's Fair opened on April 30, 1939, the 150th anniversary of George Washington's inauguration. (DS9 novelization: Far Beyond the Stars)

An image of Washington was among the files in the USS Enterprise library computer accessed by the Talosians in 2254. (TOS episodes: "The Cage", "The Menagerie")

Washington replicant

An android replica of George Washington on Gamma Alpha V.

In the 23rd century, historian Alexander Lazarus created an android replica of Washington on planet Gamma Alpha V, along with many other significant humans from throughout history. Washington was married to an android replica of Helen of Troy. He was killed shortly after meeting the USS Enterprise crew, as the planet was destroyed. (TOS comic: "The Legacy of Lazarus")

During his encounter with Doctor Beverly Crusher, terrorist leader Kyril Finn compared himself to George Washington in his struggle to gain independence from the Rutians for the Ansatan people. Crusher rejected the comparison, stating that Washington was a military general who did not target innocent civilians. (TNG episode: "The High Ground")

Alternate timelineEdit

In an alternate timeline created by escaped asylum inmate Trengur, Britain put down the American Revolution. Washington was shot and killed by British troops in 1776. (TOS comic: "No Time Like the Past")

AppendicesEdit

ConnectionsEdit

Presidents of the United States of America
Flag of United Earth George Washington (1st) • Thomas Jefferson (3rd) • Abraham Lincoln (16th) • Ulysses S. Grant (18th) • Theodore Roosevelt (26th) • Woodrow Wilson (28th) • Franklin D. Roosevelt (32nd) • Harry S. Truman (33rd) • Dwight D. Eisenhower (34th) • John F. Kennedy (35th) • Lyndon B. Johnson (36th) • Richard Nixon (37th) • Jimmy Carter (39th) • Ronald Reagan (40th) • George H. W. Bush (41st) • Bill Clinton (42nd) • George W. Bush (43rd) • Anton York (45th) • Sarah Susan EckertMendoza • unnamed 23rd century President • unnamed 24th century President USA52stars

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