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  1. Timeline of United States revolutionary history (1760-1789) (5450 bytes)
    3: ...s history]] concerns events from '''[[1760]] to [[1789]]'''.
    54: *[[1789]] - [[Constitution]] ratified
    55: *[[1789]] - [[George Washington]] becomes President
    56: ...ed States)#Judiciary Act of 1789|Judiciary Act of 1789]]
    57: *[[1789]] - [[Hamilton tariff]]
  2. History of the United States (1776-1789) (19792 bytes)
    17: In 1789, the [[Constitution of the United States]] was pu...
    66: ...nment was put into operation in March and April [[1789]].
    68: ...apital, where Washington was inaugurated in April 1789 at Federal Hall in lower Manhattan.

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  1. List of people by name: Ac (3800 bytes)
    48: ...Heinrich Ackermann|Ackermann, Wilhelm Heinrich]] (1789-1848)
  2. Catherine II of Russia (9308 bytes)
    25: ...tory losses. After [[Denmark]] declared war in [[1789]], things looked bleak for the Swedes. However, ...
  3. Marie Antoinette (40871 bytes)
    28: ...ge in [[1770]] until the siege of the palace in [[1789]]]]
    97: ...all a meeting of the Estates-General in [[May]] [[1789]]. The [[Estates-General]] was the main represent...
    105: ... Prison and seized control of it on 14 [[July]] [[1789]]. The Governor of the Prison was lynched and so ...
  4. President of the United States (42878 bytes)
    27: ...thumb|'''[[George Washington]]''', 1st President (1789-1797)]]
    68: || [[1789]]|| [[1797]] || ''No party'' || [[John Adams]]
    253: *[[April 30]], [[1789]] - [[March 4]], [[1797]]: The trivial case of [[...
    272: | [[September 24]], [[1789]] ||align=right| $25,000
    284: ... of $25,000 a year — a significant sum in [[1789]]. Washington, already a successful man, refused ...
  5. George Washington (29551 bytes)
    6: | date1=[[April 30]], [[1789]]
    19: ...ited States]] under the [[U.S. Constitution]]. ([[1789]]–[[1797|97]]). He also served as President...
    26: ...743]]) and Mary Ball ([[1708]] - [[August 25]], [[1789]]) were of [[England|English]] descent. He spent ...
    66: In [[1788]]-[[1789]], George Washington was elected the first [[Pres...
    156: * [[U.S. presidential election, 1789]]
  6. John Adams (18716 bytes)
    18: ...]] – [[July 4]], [[1826]]) was the first ([[1789]]–[[1797]]) [[Vice President of the United ...
    28: ...ntense and often vehement, Adams often found his inborn contentiousness to be a handicap in his politi...
    52: ...dential_election%2C_1789|presidential election of 1789]]. As this was the second largest number, he was ...
    64: ...s last words "Thomas Jefferson still survives." (Unbeknownst to Adams, Jefferson had died a few hours ...
    90: |align="left"| ||align="left"|'''[[John Marshall]]'''||align="...
  7. Thomas Jefferson (31127 bytes)
    32: ... his [[ambassador]]ship to [[France]] ([[1784]]-[[1789]]) he took extensive trips through [[France|Frenc...
    37: ...y of State]] of the United States, serving from [[1789]] until [[1795]]. He was also the second vice pre...
    82: |align="left"| ||align="left"|'''[[George_Clinton_(politician)...
    90: |align="left"| ||align="left"|'''[[Albert Gallatin]]'''||align...
    96: |align="left"| ||align="left"|'''[[Robert_Smith_(U.S._politici...
  8. James Madison (15187 bytes)
    55: |align="left"| ||align="left"|'''[[Elbridge Gerry]]'''||align=...
    61: |align="left"| ||align="left"|'''[[James Monroe]]'''||align="l...
    63: |align="left"| ||align="left"|'''[[James Monroe]]'''||align="l...
    67: |align="left"| ||align="left"|'''[[George Campbell]]'''||align...
    69: |align="left"| ||align="left"|'''[[Alexander J. Dallas]]'''||a...
  9. United States (59108 bytes)
    9: national_motto = <br>''[[E Pluribus Unum]]'' ([[1789]]&ndash;present)<br>([[Latin]]: "Out of Many, One...
    18: area = 3,794,083&nbsp;mi?/9,631,418 |
    35: ...'']]<br>&nbsp;- completed<br>&nbsp;- ratified<br>&nbsp;- effective|
    37: ...[1787]]<br>[[May 23]], [[1788]]<br>[[March 4]], [[1789]]|
    58: ... [[United States Constitution|Constitution]] in [[1789]], forming a more centralized [[federalism|federa...
  10. U.S. state (15197 bytes)
    106: ...he [[United States Constitution]], beginning in [[1789]].
  11. North Carolina (18268 bytes)
    25: AdmittanceDate = [[November 21]], [[1789]] |
    46: ...ther connected by construction of a 129 mile (208&nbsp;km) wooden [[plank]] road, known as a "farmer's...
    90: ... two hundred and eighty-six square miles (135,000&nbsp;km&sup2;).
  12. Hawaii (34434 bytes)
    155: ... ([[PBS|PBS network affiliate]]), [[KHNL]] ([[NBC|NBC network affiliate]]), [[KHON]] ([[FOX Network|FO...
    184: ...trading ships disembarked and settled starting in 1789. In 1820 the first American missionaries arrived...
  13. Maryland (22654 bytes)
    181: ...ocation of the first Catholic bishop in the USA ( 1789) and Emmitsburg, the home and burial place of the...
    265: **[[Aberdeen IronBirds]]
  14. Washington (20186 bytes)
    49: ...]], but the straits would not be explored until [[1789]] by Captain [[Charles W. Barkley]]. Further expl...
    89: **[[Bainbridge Island]]
    168: ...nd [[peach|peaches]]; and fifth in [[cranberry|cranberries]] and [[strawberries]].
  15. Vermont (39851 bytes)
    74: [[Image:Greenmountainboys.png|280px|thumb|right|The flag of the Green Mo...
    82: ... acted as President of Vermont from [[1778]] to [[1789]] and from [[1790]] to [[1791]]. In [[1791]], Ver...
    269: 276 [[Lunenburg, Vermont]] $12,804 <br>
    334: ...([[talc]]), [[pie]] ([[apple pie]]), [[soil]] ("Tunbridge Soil Series"), [[beverage]] ([[milk]]), and ...
  16. New Jersey (35646 bytes)
    61: On [[November 20]], [[1789]] the state became the first in the newly-formed ...
    70: ...States Senate|U.S. Senators]] are [[Frank R. Lautenberg]] (Democrat) and [[Jon Corzine]] (Democrat). N...
    107: ...and dairy products. In particular, [[cranberry|cranberries]] and [[eggplant]]s are two of the state's ...
  17. Thirteen Colonies (4707 bytes)
    63: ...can Revolution|History of the United States (1776-1789): Independence and the American Revolution]]
  18. History of the United States (21226 bytes)
    14: ==History of the United States (1776-1789)==
    15: ...see the main [[History of the United States (1776-1789)]] article.''
    19: ==History of the United States (1789-1849)==
    20: ...ils, see the main [[History of the United States (1789-1849)]] article.''
    63: ... [[1920s]] the United States enjoyed a period of unbalanced prosperity: prices for agricultural commod...
  19. List of painters (54090 bytes)
    27: *[[Andreas Achenbach]] ([[1815]]-[[1910]])
    28: *[[Oswald Achenbach]] ([[1827]]-[[1905]])
    72: *[[Jules Robert Auguste]] ([[1789]]-[[1850]])
    198: *[[Breyten Breytenbach]] ([[1939]]-)
    574: *[[Adriaen Isenbrant]] ([[1490]][?]-[[1551]])
  20. American Revolution (17069 bytes)
    4: ...the first [[President of the United States]] in [[1789]]. Beyond that, interpretations vary. At one end ...
    95: ...line of United States revolutionary history (1760-1789)]]

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