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George Washington's Kentucky Land

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Book Description
This book is unlike any other you have read about America's first president. It involves double-dealing, double-crossing and raw emotions. It's an 18th century soap opera. It all centers on a 10 mile stretch of an obscure Kentucky creek on the edge of the western frontier of America. Washington wrote or received at least 75 letters about the land, although it represented less than 10% of his land... More
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PublisherLake Orion Book Distributors
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages162
Publication Date06/2005
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About Curtis Dewees (Author) : Curtis Dewees is a published author. A published credit of Curtis Dewees is George Washington's Kentucky Land.
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