George Washington may be the most famous American who ever lived, and certainly is one of the most admired. While surrounded by myths, it is no myth that the man who led Americans’ fight for independence and whose two terms in office largely defined the presidency was the most highly respected individual among a generation of formidable personalities. This record hints at an enigmatic perfection; however, Washington was a flesh-and-blood man.
In First and Always, celebrated historian Peter Henriques illuminates Washington's life, more fully explicating his character and his achievements.
Cloth Bound, 240 pages.