Tag: George Washington

When George Washington Hosted Orthodox Christian Friends at New Year’s 1788 ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Nicholas Kosar New Year’s 1788 approached, two Orthodox Christians visiting from London arrived at Mount Vernon to visit George and Martha Washington. This married couple, who were to spend the next few days with the retired General, were an unusual pair with unique… Continue Reading “When George Washington Hosted Orthodox Christian Friends at New Year’s 1788 ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

The Battle of Jumonville Glen: The French & Indian War Begins ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Craig Bruce Smith While the Battle of Jumonville Glen may not be considered the start of the war from the British perspective, it resulted in an expanded colonial conflict engulfing the world in violence, which then began the rift between Britain and their… Continue Reading “The Battle of Jumonville Glen: The French & Indian War Begins ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

A Tale of Two Homes and Two Statesmen ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Bruce Frohnen Both Monticello and Mount Vernon are imposing estates. Both Thomas Jefferson and George Washington were imposing historical figures. What do the homes tell us about the statesmen? Quite a bit, it turns out… — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2016/01/tale-two-homes-statesmen-mount-vernon-monticello-bruce-frohnen.html

George Washington and the “Gift of Silence” ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Stephen M. Klugewicz George Washington, the great actor, was playing his part in a great drama, not just for Americans of his day, but for you and me. Washington, the Stoic, used his “gift of silence” shrewdly, and surely it is his actions… Continue Reading “George Washington and the “Gift of Silence” ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

An Italian Fresco in the U.S. Capitol: Brumidi’s “The Apotheosis of Washington” ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Nayeli Riano Constantino Brumidi’s fresco is less a deification of Washington than it is a creative recording of his achievements and his legacy for our nation’s politicians… — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/08/italian-fresco-us-capitol-brumidi-apotheosis-washington-nayeli-riano.html

In Pennsylvania, forgotten forts and George Washington | Living News | The Christian Post

By Dennis Lennox — Read on http://www.christianpost.com/news/in-pennsylvania-forgotten-forts-and-george-washington.html

George Washington and the “Gift of Silence” ~ The Imaginative Conservative: By Stephen M. Klugewicz

By Stephen M. Klugewicz|February 21st, 2021|Categories: American Founding, American Republic, George Washington, Leadership, Stephen M. Klugewicz, Timeless Essays — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/02/george-washington-gift-silence-stephen-klugewicz.html

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