The First Inauguration
Penn State University Professor Stephen Browne recounted the presidential inauguration of George Washington that took place in Manhattan on April 30, 1789. This was a virtual event hosted by George Washington’s Mount Vernon.
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- Stephen H. Browne Professor Pennsylvania State University->Communication Arts and Sciences Department
Kevin Butterfield Executive Director Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens->National Library
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