2 edition of George Washington and the War of Independence found in the catalog.
George Washington and the War of Independence
Donald Dean Jackson
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Donald Jackson ; Edward M. Riley, editor.|
|Contributions||Riley, Edward M., Virginia Independence Bicentennial Commission.|
|LC Classifications||E312.25 .J33 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||82621125|
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Spying & Espionage. Spies and spycraft played an important role in the American. Introduction --The early years --The French and Indian war --War of independence --Choosing a commander in chief --Washington's generals and aides --The siege of Boston --The New York and New Jersey campaign --Recrossing the Delaware --A time to try men's souls --Monmouth, Newport, Morristown --War in the south, treason in the north --War in.
George Washington in the American Revolution - Wikipedia. Winning the War for American Independence, being the first president, and being an influence in how the Constitution was written are all attributed to him.
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Immortalized on canvas by Emanuel Leutze, Washington’s journey across the Delaware River is one of the most celebrated moments in American history.