Remembering Georgetown: A History of the Lost Port City

Before John and Jackie lent a touch of Camelot to the famous red bricked rows and even before the founding of the nation s capital, Georgetown was an influential port city Men such as the charismatic Scot Ninian Beall came to the Potomac shores to capitalize on the riches of the New World Beaver pelts, great hogsheads of tobacco, and slaves all crossed the wharves of GeoBefore John and Jackie lent a touch of Camelot to the famous red bricked rows and even before the founding of the nation s capital, Georgetown was an influential port city Men such as the charismatic Scot Ninian Beall came to the Potomac shores to capitalize on the riches of the New World Beaver pelts, great hogsheads of tobacco, and slaves all crossed the wharves of George Town Through a series of vignettes, Missy Loewe and David Mould chronicle the fascinating history of the nation s oldest neighborhood Discover the lost port city from the days of the Revolution and the terror of the War of 1812 to the founding of Georgetown University and the town s incorporation in the District of Columbia.
Remembering Georgetown A History of the Lost Port City Before John and Jackie lent a touch of Camelot to the famous red bricked rows and even before the founding of the nation s capital Georgetown was an influential port city Men such as the charismatic

  • Title: Remembering Georgetown: A History of the Lost Port City
  • Author: David Mould
  • ISBN: 9781596296817
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Paperback
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    • Tom said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:31 PM

      Great storytelling and history of a beautiful neighborhood. So many explanations of things I'd wondered about.

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