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Information about treating each other with politeness and respect.

George Washington & Civility


     Rules of Civility was copied down by George Washington when he was about 16 years old. It is a set of proverbs and sayings that originally came from France and is designed to instill social virtues in young people.  Rules of Civility is often credited with influencing George Washington in the development  of his character.