During the first ten months of Washington s retirement, Washington was, as he said, busier than ever before, breaking in a new farm manager, repairing and refurbishing long neglected buildings, hiring new overseers and a new gardener from Britain, and most difficult, and perhaps most important of all, getting a proper cook for Mrs Washington....
|Title||:||March-December, 1797 (The Papers of George Washington: Retirement Series, Vol. 1)|
|Publisher||:||University of Virginia Press May 29, 1998|
|Number of Pages||:||566 pages|
|File Size||:||899 KB|
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