Compiled by Joseph E. Fields, with an introduction by Ellen McCallister Clark. ISBN: 0-313-28024-X. Copyright 1994. Hardcover with 544 pages.
In many ways, Martha Washington was the ideal woman for the new American republic. She was not born of the aristocracy, but she gained the admiration and respect of all classes of people. She was devoted to family and home, but she readily made personal sacrifices to join her husband in his public duties. During the Revolution, she gave up the comforts of Mount Vernon to travel every year to Washington’s winter quarters. Get to know Martha Washington through her letters to George Washington, family and friends.
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