4 edition of George Washington, Frontiersman (Ohio Frontier) found in the catalog.
February 10, 2001
by Forge Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Before he became the first president of the United States, George Washington was a frontiersman. North fully captures the spirit of the man as he examines Washington's childhood in Author: Sterling North.
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Zane Grey, one of America’s foremost writers of western fiction, died in This book, a fictionalized narrative of George Washington’s early life, and one of the last books he wrote, was first published in hardcover in Author: Zane Grey.
George Washington, Frontiersman, written near the end of Zane Grey’s career, is here published for the first time and so available for the popular novelist’s many fans.
The novel relates the life of the young Washington from his birth to his taking command of the Continental Army in The book tells the story of a young Washington and his early life as a surveyor on the western Virginia frontier and his relationships with his neighbors the Fairfaxes and his love affair with Sally Carey, later the wife of his friend George Fairfax.
In Washington is called upon by the Crown to take a message to the French forces moving into the Ohio lands demanding their immediate evacuation from the King's /5(9). Ron Chernow is the prizewinning author of six previous books and the recipient of the National Humanities first book, The House of Morgan, won the National Book Award, Washington: A Life won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography, and Alexander Hamilton—the inspiration for the Broadway musical—won the George Washington Book Prize/5().
The burial plot includes the graves of George Washington's father, grand father, and great-grandfather. Washington himself was buried at Mount Vernon. George Washington Birthplace National Monument was established in It consists of more than acres, all in Federal ownership.
The Frontiersmen reads much like a novel, but it is as historically sourced as possible (and contains a fair number of endnotes, though more for explaining context rather than giving sources).
Because of the format, Eckert is at pains to describe how he put his book together in a foreword/5. Why was frontiersman Lewis Wetzel--one of the most respected men of his time--sentenced to die for his crimes. What obstacles did Lewis and Clark's slave, York, encounter during his trek across the continent.
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While there, he coldly gunned down and scalped another peace envoy, a Seneca named Tegunteh, whom the American military knew as “George Washington.”.John Fraser ( – 16 April ) was a fur trader licensed by the Province of Pennsylvania for its western frontier, an interpreter with Native Americans, a gunsmith, a guide and lieutenant in the British army, and a land served in several of England's expeditions against the French and their allies in the vicinity of Fort Duquesne and later Fort :Scotland.