George Washington or Life in America One Hundred Years Ago


John S. C. Abbott

Series: Historical Figures
BISAC: BIO011000

The life of Washington reveals to us the state of society in our land, the manners and customs of the people, their joys and griefs, one hundred years ago. As a statesman, as a general, as a thoroughly good man, he stands pre-eminent. He was so emphatically the Father of his country that it may almost be said that he created the Republic.
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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter I. The Youth of George Washington.
Chapter II. The First Military Expedition.
Chapter III. The French War.
Chapter IV. The Warrior, the Statesman, and the Planter.
Chapter V. The Gathering Storm of War.
Chapter VI. The Conflict Commenced.
Chapter VII. Progress of the War.
Chapter VIII. The Siege of Boston.
Chapter IX. The War in New York.
Chapter X. The Vicissitudes of War.
Chapter XI. The Loss of Philadelphia, and the Capture of Burgoyne.
Chapter XII. Concluding Scenes.

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