Cart
Free Shipping on all orders in Australia
Over 7 million books in stock
We aim to be carbon neutral by 2022
A Georgetown Life By Grant S. Quertermous

A Georgetown Life by Grant S. Quertermous

Condition - New
57,69 $
Only 1 left

Summary

As a Georgetown resident for nearly a century, Britannia Kennon (1815-1911) of Tudor Place was close to the key political events and figures of her time. This record of her experiences-now available to the public for the first time-offers a unique glimpse of nineteenth-century America.

A Georgetown Life Summary

A Georgetown Life: The Reminiscences of Britannia Wellington Peter Kennon of Tudor Place by Grant S. Quertermous

As a Georgetown resident for nearly a century, Britannia Kennon (1815-1911) of Tudor Place was close to the key political events and figures of her time. This record of her experiences-now available to the public for the first time-offers a unique glimpse of nineteenth-century America.

About Grant S. Quertermous

Grant S. Quertermous is the curator of Tudor Place Historic House and Garden. He holds a graduate degree in anthropology and has worked in the museum field, specifically focused on historic house museums and their inhabitants, for twenty years.

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Capturing Memories to Preserve a Family's History Britannia W. Kennon: A Biographical Sketch The Reminiscences of Britannia W. Kennon Appendixes 1. Georgetown Street Names 2. The Custis-Peter Family Tree 3. Enslaved Individuals Mentioned in the Reminiscences Bibliography Index About the Author

Additional information

NGR9781647120412
9781647120412
1647120411
A Georgetown Life: The Reminiscences of Britannia Wellington Peter Kennon of Tudor Place by Grant S. Quertermous
New
Hardback
Georgetown University Press
2020-10-01
272
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
This is a new book - be the first to read this copy. With untouched pages and a perfect binding, your brand new copy is ready to be opened for the first time

Customer Reviews - A Georgetown Life