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  • Saving Monticelloby Marc Leepson

    Free Press 2002; US$ 25.00

    Ira Dye author of The Fatal Cruise of the Argus: Two Captains in the War of 1812 Excellent and highly readable, Saving Monticello is filled with fascinating detail about the life and times of the jewel of American architecture, from its design by the most brilliant of the Founding Fathers, through its close calls with destruction, to its status... more...

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    Free Press 2002; Not Available

    Ira Dye author of The Fatal Cruise of the Argus: Two Captains in the War of 1812 Excellent and highly readable, Saving Monticello is filled with fascinating detail about the life and times of the jewel of American architecture, from its design by the most brilliant of the Founding Fathers, through its close calls with destruction, to its status... more...

  • Saving Monticelloby Marc Leepson

    Free Press 2002; Not Available

    Ira Dye author of The Fatal Cruise of the Argus: Two Captains in the War of 1812 Excellent and highly readable, Saving Monticello is filled with fascinating detail about the life and times of the jewel of American architecture, from its design by the most brilliant of the Founding Fathers, through its close calls with destruction, to its status... more...

  • Desperate Engagementby Marc Leepson

    St. Martin's Press 2013; US$ 20.99

    Journalist and historian Marc Leepson has written for many newspapers and magazines, including Smithsonian , Preservation, The Washington Post , The New York Times , The New York Times Book Review, and Military History. He is a contributor to the Encyclopedia Americana and the Dictionary of Virginia Biography . A former staff writer for... more...

  • What So Proudly We Hailedby Marc Leepson

    St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 26.99

    A fresh look at Francis Scott Key, a man who embodied the contradictions of his time, coinciding with the 200th anniversary of "The Star-Spangled Banner" more...

  • Flagby Marc Leepson; Nelson DeMille

    St. Martin's Press 2007; US$ 20.99

    The nation turns to it as an emotional, political, and patriotic symbol in good times and bad. Americans fly it everywhere we live and everywhere we go, from front porches in Florida to pickup trucks in Alaska. We display the red-white-and-blue American flag at festive events to celebrate and, at times of national tragedy, to grieve and show our resolve.... more...

  • Lafayette: Lessons in Leadership from the Idealist Generalby Marc Leepson; Wesley K. Clark

    St. Martin's Press 2011; US$ 23.99

    The Marquis de Lafayette is an icon of American--and French--history. Lafayette's life story is the stuff of legend. Born into an aristocratic French family of warriors, made lieutenant in the French Royal Guard at age 14, and married into the royal family at 16, he traveled to the colonies at his own expense to fight in the American Revolution. By... more...

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