Esmond Wright - United States - 1962 - 222 pages
The striking feature of Washington's years as soldier and as President is the extent of the identity of his own career with his country's cause.
Jeanette Eaton - Presidents - 1938 - 402 pages
This biography treats both an individual and an era of history in a manner all the more accurate because the book is human and unbiased.
Roger A. Bruns - History - 1987 - 116 pages
Traces the life of the American planter, soldier, and statesman, describes his role in the American revolution, and assesses his accomplishments as president.
John Ferling - Biography & Autobiography - 2009 - 464 pages
Perhaps the most revered American of all, George Washington has long been considered a stoic leader who held himself above the fray of political infighting. What has gone ...