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Washington, the Indispensable Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Washington in His Landscapes, A New Call to Arms and A Virginian in Yankee-Land Summary

James Thomas Flexner
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Washington in His Landscapes, A New Call to Arms and A Virginian in Yankee-Land Summary and Analysis

George revels in the life of a planter, including the country lifestyle of games and hunting foxes, and invests much time in the breeding of horses and hound dogs. George and Martha also become consummate hosts to thousands of guests in the years leading up to the revolution. During this time, George also becomes executor and substitute father of the families of nearby dying neighbors and earns much respect from those in the area who appreciate George's integrity in all matters.

Although George considers himself to be of strong English heritage, George also inherently understands that the American people cannot remain under the domination of the British. George would prefer that any conflict would pass him by and that...

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