Father of Invention: Washington’s Support for Eighteenth-Century Innovators

by John Berlau George Washington: accomplished general, famous statesman…business innovator? Most people don’t know that Washington was one of the country’s first true entrepreneurs, responsible for innovations in several industries. As president, George Washington received many requests from ship captains … Read the article The post Father of Invention: Washington’s Support for Eighteenth-Century Innovators appeared […]

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by John Berlau

George Washington: accomplished general, famous statesman…business innovator? Most people don’t know that Washington was one of the country’s first true entrepreneurs, responsible for innovations in several industries.

As president, George Washington received many requests from ship captains … Read the article

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