4 edition of The Life of Washington the Great found in the catalog.
The Life of Washington the Great
The first of these works contains both factual and mythical material about George Washington; the second is an early reader combining moral lessons with reading and spelling.
Reprint of 2 works, the 1st reprinted in 1806 by G. F. Randolph, Augusta, Ga.; the 2d published in 1838 by Truman and Smith, Cincinnati, in series: Eclectic school series.
|Statement||by Mason L. Weems ; with a pref. for the Garland ed. by Robert G. Miner, Jr. The Eclectic first reader / by William Holmes McGuffey ; with a pref. for the Garland ed. by Carol Kammen.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|Series||Classics of children"s literature,1621-1932, Eclectic educational series.|
|Contributions||Weems, M. L. 1759-1825., McGuffey, William Holmes, 1800-1873.|
|LC Classifications||E312.66 .L53 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||75032156|
At the time of Washington's death, Congress unanimously adopted a resolution to erect a marble monument in the nation's capital in honor of his great military and political accomplishments. Booker never met him. Who Was George Washington? Washington was intensely dismayed at the state of affairs, but only slowly came to the realization that something should be done about it. Library of Congress. Inhe sent John Jay to Britain to negotiate a treaty known as the "Jay Treaty" to secure a peace with Britain and clear up some issues held over from the Revolutionary War.
At first the school focused on teaching students a trade so they could make a living. Washington overview[ edit ] George Washington February 22, [O. A peace treaty is signed between Great Britain and the United States. Great numbers of them have gone off; in some instances, almost by whole regiments For a time, he had an interest in opening iron mines. While his two older half-brothers went to England to pursue education, he stayed at home.
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A few years later, the turmoil moved to the South. A peace treaty is signed between Great Britain and the United States. Washington applied for a commission with the British army but was turned down. Booker had heard of a college for black students in Hampton, Virginia called the Hampton Institute.
It was a frustrating assignment. In America, this conflict involved a struggle between the two countries over a portion of the Ohio River Valley. Washington married after the war and settle on Mount Vernon, his brother's property that became Washington's with the death of his niece and her mother.
Booker had to start working for his master when he was around five years old. New York: Putnam, Washington put himself through school and became a teacher after the Civil War.
Thank You. Jane died in and Augustine married Mary Ball in It also piqued his interest in western land holdings, an interest that endured throughout his life with speculative land purchases and a belief that the future of the nation lay in colonizing the West. Books, studying the people he respected, and learning from others were among the ways he was able to learn.
They moved again in to Ferry Farm on the Rappahannock River, opposite Fredericksburg, Virginia, where Washington spent much of his youth. Du Bois over the best avenues for racial uplift. Perhaps he wasn't sure the time was right so soon after the Revolution to be making major adjustments to the democratic experiment.
He had a brother and a sister. At first Booker was the only teacher and he taught class in a church. Instead, he dressed in a black velvet suit with gold buckles and powdered hair, as was the common custom. Booker T. Hamilton advocated a strong, centralized federal government, whereas Jefferson, fearing that the executive leader would have too much power, pressed for strong states' rights.
A few days later, evading a force that had been sent to destroy his army, Washington attacked the British again, this time at Princeton, dealing them a humiliating loss. Secretary of State Jefferson desired to keep government small and center power more at the local level, where citizens' freedom could be better protected.
Washington was given the honorary rank of colonel and joined British General Edward Braddock's army in Virginia in Booker's mother noticed his interest in learning and got him a book from which he learned the alphabet and how to read and write basic words.
The experience made him resourceful and toughened his body and mind. The treaty also paved the way for a new treaty with Spain, which had feared an alliance of American and British interests against Spain in the Western Hemisphere.
It was the Constitution that served as the primary outline of how the government should function. For his undiplomatic conduct, the Washington administration requested and obtained his recall to France.
He wanted to attend. Pierce Butler —one of the Founding Fathers, noted that the Federal Convention would not have made the executive powers so great "had not many of the members cast their eyes toward General Washington as President.George Washington, American general and commander-in-chief of the colonial armies in the American Revolution (–83) and subsequently first president of the United States (–97).
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We’ll see you soon. Oct 07, · Two unforgettable images run through this great book, and they have nothing to do with cherry trees or wooden teeth or silver dollars thrown across the Potomac. The first is the image of a gallows.
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