The vivacious Sally Fairfax stole the young man’s heart long before he met Martha
A true story of their final days on the Florida seashore, when a water cannon destroyed a suspicious package later found to contain miniature portraits by the celebrated American painter Gilbert Stuart
QUESTIONING THE MYSTERIES OF HER OWN FAMILY, THE AUTHOR FINDS ANSWERS THAT AFFECT US ALL
The ground rules have changed drastically since 1789. Abigail Adams, stifled in her time, would have loved being First Lady today.
Although it has been disparaged as “General Washington’s Sewing Circle,” this venture was the first nationwide female organization in America
The President's granddaughter, a dazzling young lady of privilege, lived her later years with diminished means