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George Washington's Journal for 1754

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Confiscated by French soldiers on July 3, 1754 when he surrendered to Coulon de Villiers, the sparse notes George Washington penned were immediately translated by France and published in 1756. Treated with suspicion upon another translation to Washington’s native English, the contents of the journal have always been treated with suspicion by historians and his biographers. Our George Washington’s Journal of 1754 is an English translation of a contemporary French publication of his journal and offers a more accurate summation of his thoughts on the Jumonville affair. 

Product Details

  • Visit Fort Necessity NB to learn about the events that sparked the Seven Year War
  • Historical soft cover published by Eastern National exclusively for eParks
  • Nonfiction booklet approximately 9’’ x 6’’; 34 pages
  • ISBN: 978-1-59091-025-2


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