2 edition of Lafayette, the guest of the Nation found in the catalog.
Lafayette, the guest of the Nation
Jane Bacon MacIntire
Bibliography: p. 258-260.
|LC Classifications||E207.L2 M28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 260 p.|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||73172414|
LaFayette in Poughkeepsie: The following is an account of LaFayette's visit: General Marquis-de Lafayette, after an absence of thirty-nine years, revisited our country on the invitations of Congress, as the nation's guest in He reached New York on the . Lafayette, the Nation’s Guest Dutch artist Ary Sheffer presented Congress with this full-length portrait of Lafayette. Lafayette so admired the portrait that he distributed engravings of .
Complete summary of Frank O'Connor's Guests of the Nation. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of Guests of the Nation. States Congress invited Lafayette to visit America as "the guest of the nation," that is, with all expenses paid. The president was motivated by his own friendly regard, as well as the nation's real sense of gratitude to the aging warrior. Well aware of Lafayette's financial troubles, the .
Guests Of The Nation, Macmillan (London), , first edition, 3 of the 4 fore edge corner tips bumped, some rubbing to the bottom board edges, some age toning to the t.p.e.'s, spine edges lightened, else a just about vg copy in a g/vg color pictorial dust-wrapper with some wear and tear and chipping (mostly at the spine extremities and upper. In the middle of the fort, the tent that General Washington had used in at Dorchester Heights, was set up to greet the "Nation's Guest," as Lafayette had come to be designated. In it, the aging Col. John Eager Howard, a veteran of both the Revolutionary War and the War of , greeted Lafayette on behalf of the Maryland branch of the.
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Lafayette, the guest of the Nation;: The tracing of the route of Lafayette's tour of the United States in Paperback – January 1, by Jane Bacon MacIntire (Author)Author: Jane Bacon MacIntire. Lafayette: Guest of the Nation: A Contemporary Account of the Triumphal Tour of General Lafayette; Through the United States in As Reported By the Local Newspapers, Volume III; Winter in Washington and Excursions [Compiled and Edited by Edgar Ewing Brandon, Editor's note by The guest of the Nation book E.
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Published J Florence C. McLaughlin + Author: Florence C. McLaughlin. THE NATION'S GUEST - LAFAYETTE By Kevin W. Wright. The heartfelt welcome extended to Marquis de Lafayette upon his return to the United States in was testimony to his unique status as the last living Lafayette of the American Revolution.
The framed piece hangs in the Entrance Hall of Blair House and is the first work of art guests observe upon entering the house. This is a fitting location for his painting since Lafayette was the nation’s guest and Blair House serves as the President’s guesthouse for today’s visiting heads of state.
Lafayette, by H.G. Unger is a well written book; good style with comprehensive bibliography. An excellent analysis of the 18th Century; politics, socio-economic structures, and reasoning (enlightenment)/5().
Lafayette in the Somewhat United States is more than a non-fiction book; it is a history textbook, a Broadway companion, a travel guide, and political essay collection. I had the pleasure of listening to the audiobook -- I highly recommend it as it comes with an all-star cast (Nick Offerman as George Washington?!) as well as being read by /5.
Acclaim for Lafayette "I found Mr. Unger's book exceptionally well done. It's an admirable account of the marquis's two revolutions-one might even say his two lives-the French and the American. It also captures the private Lafayette and his remarkable wife, Adrienne, in often moving detail."/5.
Guests of the Nation book. Read 16 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This collection of stories centers on the theme of the Irish R 4/5. Inthe Marquis de Lafayette inspired an outpouring of enthusiasm in the United States as he revisited the nation he had aided during the American Revolution.
Among the stops on his tour was Philadelphia, where he first met George Washington in Guests of the Nation with the money Belcher gave him. 'Awkins lost to us because he talked too much, and I think now we lost to Belcher for the same reason.
'Awkins and Noble would spit at one another about religion into the early hours of the morn-ing; the little Englishman as you could see worrying the soul out ofFile Size: KB. Lafayette, the guest of the Nation.
[Newton, Mass., A.J. Simone Press, ] (OCoLC) Named Person: Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier Lafayette, marquis de; Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier Lafayette, marquis de: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jane Bacon MacIntire.
"Guests of the Nation" is a short story written by Frank O'Connor, first published inportraying the execution of two Englishmen held captive by the Irish Republican Army during the War for Independence.
The story is split into four sections, each section taking a different tone. The first reveals a real sense of camaraderie between the Author: Frank O'Connor. Lafayette, guest of the Nation; a contemporary account of the triumphal tour of General Lafayette through the United States inas reported by the local newspapers.
(Oxford, Ohio, Oxford Historical Press, ), ed. by Edgar Ewing Brandon (page images at HathiTrust). functory contact with "the Nation's Guest" sent men's minds back to " When George Washington Lafayette, who had accompanied his father to America, requested that a New York milliner make him a hat, the proud hatter promptly did so; but he refused to take payment, "observing that all the hats he could supply the LA FAYETTE family, WERE PAID.
Lafayette, guest of the Nation; a contemporary account of the triumphal tour of General Lafayette through the United States inAuthor: Edgar Ewing Brandon.
Acclaimed as “the Nation’s Guest,” “the hero of two worlds,” “a true friend of the cause,” and more recently “America’s favorite fighting Frenchman,” the Marquis de Lafayette’s legacy will live on as long as we continue to uphold the principals to which he dedicated his life.
Lafayette, the nation's guest; a picture book of mementos which express the respect and affection of the American people for Lafayette. Author: Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum. SuperSummary, a modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, offers high-quality study guides that feature detailed chapter summaries and analysis of major themes, characters, quotes, and essay topics.
This one-page guide includes a plot summary and brief analysis of Guests of the Nation by Frank O’Connor. “Guests of the Nation” is a short story written by [ ].In lateGeneral Lafayette, then living on his estate in France, received an invitation from President James Monroe to be a "Guest of the Nation," through and The General began his tour on Aug.
16,and spent more than a full year travelling through all 24 states of the Union, before he left on Sept. 9, As it turned out, the Marquis de Lafayette, who was touring the United States as the "Nation's Guest" did not even reach Middletown until 6 p.m., and then was able to remain only about an hour.