Mary L. Williamson gives a unique glimpse into the spiritual life and career of the first President of the United States. Little known and often overlooked aspects of Washington's faith are featured throughout this well-documented book.
Classic biography from the late 19th century American author, Unitarian clergyman and Anti-slavery activist. The best known of his tales was The Man Without a Country (1863), which did much to strengthen the Union cause in the North.
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