Character portraits of Washington as delineated by historians, orators and divines, selected and arranged in chronological order with biographical notes and references, (Book, 1887) [WorldCat.org]
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Character portraits of Washington as delineated by historians, orators and divines, selected and arranged in chronological order with biographical notes and references,

Author: William Spohn Baker
Publisher: Philadelphia : Robert M. Lindsay, 1887.
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Baker, William Spohn, 1824-1897.
Character portraits of Washington as delineated by historians, orators and divines.
Philadelphia, R.M. Lindsay, 1887
(OCoLC)657033642
Named Person: George Washington; George Washington
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Spohn Baker
OCLC Number: 4653191
Notes: "Edition limited to three hundred and fifty copies."
Includes index.
"It is the purpose of these pages to exhibit the character of Washington as understood and portrayed by some of the best writers and thinkers; as well by contemporaries, whose personal knowledge and convictions lend additional value, as by those of a later day, whose careful study and critical analysis render their testimony of equal weight and importance."--Preface
Description: 351 pages : frontispiece ; 27 x 21 cm
Responsibility: by W.S. Baker.

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