George Washington by Don Higginbotham
Uniting a Nation

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In 1776, thirteen colonies declared their independence from Britain. Although they came together to fight a war, the colonies were far from a unified nation. In George Washington: Uniting a Nation, Don Higginbotham argues that Washington's greatest contribution to American life was creating a sense of American unity. In clear and concise prose, Higginbotham shows that as Revolutionary War commander, proponent of the Constitution, and President, George Washington focused on building national identity and erecting institutions to cement the fledgling nation. The first book on Washington to examine exclusively his role in state formation, George Washington is essential reading for scholars, students, and everyone interested in America's first, and most formative, president.
 

About Don Higginbotham

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Don Higginbotham is Dowd Professor of History at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
 
Published October 1, 2002 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 176 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Religion & Spirituality, War. Non-fiction