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TRUE OR FALSE? George Washington Edition
TRUE OR FALSE: George Washington had wooden teeth.
TRUE OR FALSE: George Washington didn't wear a wig, though it looks like it in the paintings of him.
TRUE OR FALSE: George Washington is buried under the Washington Monument.
TRUE OR FALSE: George Washington had seven sons and seven daughters.
TRUE FALSE: Besides being a general and our first president, George Washington was a farmer.
TRUE OR FALSE: George Washington (eventually) believed slavery was wrong, and he freed his 124 slaves in his will.
TRUE OR FALSE: George Washington was the only president in history to have been unanimously elected.
TRUE OR FALSE: George Washington lived in the White House.
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