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DESCRIPTION: Up for auction is a complete set of Freeman’s classic biography of George Washington. This monumental seven-volume work was published over the course of nearly a decade, and received a Pulitzer Prize the following year. Volume I of this set is signed by Douglas Southall Freeman. The author’s characteristic "Autographed by Douglas.

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There’s nothing so unseemly as the Washington blame game. In 1934, Lee biographer Douglas Southall Freeman, who had grown up near Early’s home in Lynchburg, Virginia, published his celebrated.

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WASHINGTON — Confined to her bed in Atlanta. That year saw the publication of the final two volumes of another durable work of Southern sympathy, Douglas Southall Freeman’s Pulitzer-Prize-winning.

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At the apex of his career he was an intimate of presidents, a luminary in Washington’s power elite. in the Mideast a project that Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Senator George Norris (RNeb.), had.

What is your favorite book, movie, CD or TV program—and why? I have three favorite books: “1776” by David McCullough, “George Washington” by Douglas Southall Freeman and the Bible. The Bible is the.

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Vol 12: Crassini KR, Zhang E, Balendran S, Freeman JA, Best OG, Forsyth CJ. MD Clinical Professor of Medicine, George Washington University School of Medicine; Medical Director, Institute for.