|Statement||by John C. Fitzpatrick ...|
|LC Classifications||E312 .F52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii p., 1 l., 17-544 p.|
|Number of Pages||544|
|LC Control Number||33031654|
George Washington Himself by Fitzpatrick, John C.. Ex-Library. pages with index, illustrated with black and white frontispiece. Another look at the life of the first President of the United States and his Revolutionary War career. Rebound library copy. Some wear to cover, especially at spine edges, corners and spine ends bumped, light spotting and scrubbing, library number on spine, old. Book/Printed Material The life of George Washington: with curious anecdotes, equally honourable to himself and exemplary to his young countrymen Enlarge View images in sequence. She writes, "No woman has written an adult biography of George Washington in more than 40 years, and no woman historian has written one in far longer.” What was more, she says it seemed as if the. Fox News anchor and former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino interviewed former White House speechwriter and historian Jonathan Horn about his newest book, " Washington’s End." The book tells Author: Dana Perino.
Washington biographers have shaped and really kind of mediated all understanding of George Washington, but I wonder about how George Washington did that himself. Rich in psychological detail regarding Washington’s temperament, idiosyncrasies, and experiences, this book shows a self-conscious Washington who grew in confidence and experience as a young soldier, businessman, and Virginia gentleman, and who was transformed into a patriot by the revolutionary ferment of the s and ’70s. His new book is Washington’s End: The Final Years and Forgotten Struggle (Scribner). In their book The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington, Brad Meltzer and Josh Mensch revisit the tumultuous events of the spring and summer of , just before the British.
George Washington (Febru – Decem ) was an American political leader, military general, statesman, and Founding Father who served as the first president of the United States from to Previously, he led Patriot forces to victory in the nation's War for presided at the Constitutional Convention of , which established the U.S. Constitution and. Even compared to his fellow founders, George Washington stands tall. Our first president has long been considered a stoic hero, holding himself above the rough-and-tumble politics of his day. Now historian John Ferling peers behind that image, carefully burnished by Washington himself, to show us a leader who was not only not above politics, but a canny infighter--a master of persuasion /5(20). In fact, he thought of himself first as a farmer. George Washington devoted his life to the improvement of American agriculture. While his initial interest in farming was driven by his own needs to earn a living and improve Mount Vernon, in later years Washington realized his leadership and experimentation could assist all American farmers. George Washington, Jared Sparks (). “The Writings of George Washington: Being His Correspondence, Addresses, Messages, and Other Papers, Official and Private, Selected and Published from the Original Manuscripts; with a Life of the Author, Notes and Illustrations”, p 7 Copy quote.