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White House history : the burning of the White House during the War of 1812.

Author: Robert L BreedenAnthony PitchWilliam SealeWilliam BushongBetty C MonkmanAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : English
Publication:White House history : the journal of the White House Historical Association. No. 4 (Fall 1998).
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Thematic issue focused on the White House during and in the aftermath of the War of 1812. Includes essays on the burning of Washington, the White House before and after the fire, and the famous account of the event by Dolley Madison in her letter of August 23-24, 1814.
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Named Person: James Madison; Dolley Madison; Dolley Madison; James Madison
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert L Breeden; Anthony Pitch; William Seale; William Bushong; Betty C Monkman; David B Mattern; Lucia C Stanton; Charles T Cullen; Stuart D Hobbs; Peter Vitale
ISSN:0748-8114
OCLC Number: 173237800
Description: 59 p. : ill., ports., plans, facsims. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Foreword : A dramatic moment in American history / Robert L. Breeden --
The burning of Washington / Anthony S. Pitch --
The White House before the fire / William Seale --
Ruin and regeneration / William B. Bushong --
The White House collection--Reminders of 1814 / Betty C. Monkman --
Dolley Madison has the last word: the famous letter / David B. Mattern --
In a Nantucket graveyard / Neil W. Horstman --
A satirical view: politics in rhyme / Mary A. Hackett --
Eyewitness accounts of the burning of the White House: they were there.

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Thematic issue focused on the White House during and in the aftermath of the War of 1812. Includes essays on the burning of Washington, the White House before and after the fire, and the famous account of the event by Dolley Madison in her letter of August 23-24, 1814.

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