[Lireing] ➮ The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers ➶ Thomas Fleming – Marjoriejane.co.uk

The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers chapter 1 The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers, meaning The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers, genre The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers, book cover The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers, flies The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers, The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers 454d9cf588ba4 This Is Better Than Any History Book Youve Ever ReadA Compelling, Intimate Look At The FoundersGeorge Washington, Ben Franklin, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, And James Madisonand The Women Who Played Essential Roles In Their LivesWith His Usual Storytelling Flair And Unparalleled Research, Tom Fleming Examines The Women Who Were At The Center Of The Lives Of The Founding Fathers From Hot Tempered Mary Ball Washington To Promiscuous Rachel Lavien Hamilton, The Founding Fathers Mothers Powerfully Shaped Their Sons Visions Of Domestic Life But Lovers And Wives Playedcritical Roles As Friends And Often Partners In Fame We Learn Of The Youthful Washington S Tortured Love For The Coquettish Sarah Fairfax, Wife Of His Close Friend Of Franklin S Two Wives, One In London And One In Philadelphia Of Adams S Long Absences, Which Required A Lonely, Deeply Unhappy Abigail To Keep Home And Family Together For Years On End Of Hamilton S Adulterous Betrayal Of His Wife And Then Their Reconciliation Of How The Brilliant Madison Was Jilted By A Flirtatious Fifteen Year Old And Went On To Marry The Effervescent Dolley, Who Helped Make This Shy Man Into A Popular President Jefferson S Controversial Relationship To Sally Hemings Is Also Examined, With A Different Vision Of Where His Heart LayFleming Nimbly Takes Us Through A Great Deal Of Early American History, As His Founding Fathers Strove To Reconcile The Private And Public, Often Beset By A Media Every Bit As Gossip Seeking And Inflammatory As Ours Today He Offers A Powerful Look At The Challenges Women Faced In The Late Eighteenth And Early Nineteenth Centuries While Often Brilliant And Articulate, The Wives Of The Founding Fathers All Struggled With The Distractions And Dangers Of Frequent Childbearing And Searing Anxiety About Infant MortalityJefferson S Wife, Martha, Died From Complications Following Labor, As Did His Daughter All Theremarkable, Then, That These Women Loomed So Large In The Lives Of Their Husbandsand, In Some Cases, Their Country

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