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Lippincott , Philadelphia
Washington, George, 1732
SeriesAmerican Statesmen, ed. by John T. Morse
The Physical Object
Pagination319 p.
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Open LibraryOL23350865M

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A Love Letter from General Washington. Hercules "Uncle Harkless" Posey ( – ) was an African American man enslaved by the Washington family, serving as the family's head chef for many years, first at the family's forced-labor farm at Mount Vernon in Virginia and later, after George Washington was elected president of the newly formed United States of America, in the country's then-capital city of Philadelphia in.

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Presiding delegate to the Constitutional Convention. First President of the United States. George Washington, the indispensable founder of the American republic, was at the heart of events of worldwide importance. This career- spanning selection includes detailed notes, an essay on the selection of texts, and a chronology of Washington.

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As commander in chief of the Continental army, chairman of the Constitutional Convention, and first president, this indispensable American served the struggling nation when its survival and form hung Brand: Emerald Books. George Washington’s death loomed over the medical treatments administered by his doctors on Dec.

14, The year-old former president had already lived longer than many men in his family, and a throat infection that impeded breathing was often life-threatening in the 18th century. This book is a collection of fundamental quotes and aphorisms of George Washington: “I have no other view than to promote the public good, and am unambitious of honors not founded in the approbation of my Country.” “A free people ought not only to be armed, but disciplined; to which end a uniform and well-digested plan is requisite.” “A government is like fire, a handy servant.

The Culper Ring was an American Revolutionary War spy ring, organized by Major Benjamin Tallmadge and George Washington, set up in during the British occupation of New York name "Culper" was suggested by George Washington, taken from Culpeper County, two leaders were Abraham Woodhull, and Robert Townsend, using the aliases of "Samuel Culper Sr.", and.

Historian Alexis Coe wrote a book called You Never Forget Your First: A Biography of George Washington. The book is a myth-buster and Alexis is the first woman to write a book about Washington in almost half a century.

She tells of these ‘myths’ that we have come to associate with Washington and why they’re not : Jane Kenney. George Washington was a Virginia plantation owner who served as a general and commander-in-chief of the colonial armies during the American Revolutionary War, and.

A major new biography of Washington, and the first to explore his engagement with American slaveryWhen George Washington wrote his will, he made the startling decision to set his slaves free; earlier he had said that holding slaves was his "only unavoidable subject of regret." In this groundbreaking work, Henry Wiencek explores the founding father's engagement with slavery at every 4/5(6).

Letter (text in the hand of aide-de-camp Tench Tilghman) signed ("Go. Washington"), as commander-in-chief of the American Army, to General David Forman, Head Quarters, Bergen County, 4 September ; additionally signed by Washington on the address leaf, on the verso of an otherwise blank integral leaf by Washington, George (; commander of American armies in the Revolutionary War.

It was over two centuries late, but a copy of a library book George Washington borrowed was returned yesterday to a New York library. The former president borrowed The Law of Nations by Emer de.The history of George Washington and slavery reflects Washington's changing attitude toward preeminent Founding Father of the United States and a slaveowner, Washington became increasingly uneasy with that longstanding institution during the course of his life, and provided for the emancipation of his slaves after his death.

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