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George Washington: A Biography (7 volumes) by Douglas Southall FreemanComplete Work
George Washington, a biography, volume 1: Young Washington by Douglas Southall FreemanVolume 1
George Washington, a biography, volume 2: Young Washington by Douglas Southall FreemanVolume 2
George Washington: Volumes I & II (1 and 2) Young Washington by Douglas Southall FreemanVolumes 1 and 2
George Washington, a biography, volume 3: Planter and patriot by Douglas Southall FreemanVolume 3
George Washington, a biography, volume 4: Leader of the Revolution by Douglas Southall FreemanVolume 4
George Washington, a biography, volume 5: Victory with the help of France by Douglas Southall FreemanVolume 5
George Washington, a biography, volume 6: Patriot and President 1784 - 1793 by Douglas Southall FreemanVolume 6
George Washington, a biography, volume 7: First in peace by John Alexander CarrollVolume 7

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  1. George Washington, the Forge of Experience, 1732-1775 by James Thomas Flexner (1965)
  2. George Washington: A Life by Willard Sterne Randall (1997)
  3. For King and Country: The Maturing of George Washington, 1748-1760 by Thomas A. Lewis (1993)
  4. George Washington by James MacGregor Burns (2004)
  5. Founding Father: Rediscovering George Washington by Richard Brookhiser (1996)
  6. The Ascent of George Washington: The Hidden Political Genius of an American Icon by John Ferling (2009)
  7. Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow (2010)
  8. An Imperfect God: George Washington, His Slaves, and the Creation of America by Henry Wiencek (2003)
  9. The Last Founding Father: James Monroe and a Nation's Call to Greatness by Harlow Giles Unger (2009)
  10. Jefferson the Virginian by Dumas Malone (1948)
  11. His Excellency: George Washington by Joseph J. Ellis (2004)
  12. R. E. Lee: A Biography, Vol. 1 by Douglas Southall Freeman (1934)
  13. General Washington's Christmas Farewell: A Mount Vernon Homecoming, 1783 by Stanley Weintraub (2003)
  14. Patriot Sage: George Washington and the American Political Tradition by Gary L. Gregg (1999)
  15. Washington by Douglas Southall Freeman (1968)

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