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George Washington is at once the most familiar and most remote of the founding fathers. He remains today what he was in 1841, an icon more marble than flesh. What influences shaped his life and how did his surrender at Great Meadows at age 22 give him the strength to become The Father of Our Country?

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ISBN:
9780786158973
Author:
Axelrod, Alan
Publisher:
Blackstone Audiobooks
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Drummond, David
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To Be Announced
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Drummond, David
Subject:
Europe - France
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United States - Colonial Period
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Military - Other
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Military-General History
Publication Date:
20070431
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Compact Disc
Language:
English
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5.98x5.32x1.02 in. .49 lbs.
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540

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