The Republican Court; Or, American Society in the Days of Washington
Ardent Media, 1971 - 481 páginas
A comprehensive history of the life among high society in the early days of the American Republic. The title alludes to the analogy between a royal court & the court that assembled around the government of President George Washington. Illus.
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THE YEAR OF SUSPENSE
THE TRIUMPHAL PROGRESS
NEW YORK METROPOLITAN
THE EASTERN TOUR
THE SEASON OF EIGHTYNINE AND NINETY
REMOVAL OF THE GOVERNMENT
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