Baker, William S. Itinerary of George Washington from June 15,1775 to December 23, 1783. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1892.
Washington, George, Philander D. Chase, Dorothy Twohig, Frank E. Grizzard, and Edward G. Lengel. The Papers of George Washington. Revolutionary War Series. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1985.
Washington, George, William Wright Abbot, and Dorothy Twohig. The Papers of George Washington. 2 2: Revolutionary War Series September – December 1775. Charlottesville, Va.: Univ. Press of Virginia, 1987.
There are thousands of books written on Washington. Below are some of the most notable.
Calloway, Colin G. The Indian World of George Washington: The First President, the First Americans, and the Birth of the Nation. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2018.
Colin Calloway’s unique contribution is describe the history of Native Americans through the prism of Washington’ life. He explores under researched aspects of how Washington as a land speculator, general and a President intersected with Native Americans and the development of their societies.
Calloway’s central thesis is that Washington sought to assimilate Native Americans into his culture and Native Americans resisted seeking to create their own cultures. He concludes that only by combining and recounting all these cultures can you tell the American story.
Flexner, James Thomas. Washington The Indispensable Man. New York: Mentor, 1969.
Horn, Jonathan. Washington’s End: The Final Years and Forgotten Struggle, 2020.
Lengel, Edward G. General George Washington: A Military Life. 1st ed. New York: Random House, 2005.
Rhodehamel, John H. George Washington: The Wonder of the Age. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2017.
Stewart, David O. George Washington: The Political Rise of America’s Founding Father. New York, New York: Dutton, 2021.
Commemorations – Federal Hall, NYC
Society of Cincinnati
Expert horseman, George Washington riding to attend church at the National Cathedral, Washington, DC. By noted equestrian sculptor Herbert Haseltine. Dedicated in 1959. Located south of the Cathedral located at the entrance to Olmsted Woods.
National Portrait Gallery