Tidewater dynasty: the Lees of Stratford Hall

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Sep 26, 1983 - Fiction - 456 pages
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From Tom Lee to Robert E. Lee, who made the fateful decision to turn from the nation he loved to defend the state he loved more, the Lees of Virginia dominated both their local and our national landscape.

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Review: Tidewater Dynasty: A Biographical Novel Of The Lees Of Stratford Hall

User Review  - Ppackard - Goodreads

This book ticked off all of the milstones of the late 1700 as seen thur the eyss of the Lees. A great refresher in Virginia and US early history. The dialogue keep me going as I was reminded we were ... Read full review

Review: Tidewater Dynasty: A Biographical Novel Of The Lees Of Stratford Hall

User Review  - jackie - Goodreads

I lovee this for all the Virginia history and early American history. It gives a nice perspective on the colonies and their differences. The Lee's were an important and distinctive family which helped shape our nation. Read full review

Contents

Prologue
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Where Eagles Nest 17291732
59
As the Twig Is Bent 17481750
93
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Carey Roberts is a contributor for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt titles including: "Tidewater Dynasty: A Biographical Novel of the Lees of Stratford Hall".

Rebecca Seely is a contributor for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt titles including: "Tidewater Dynasty: A Biographical Novel of the Lees of Stratford Hall".