MARK TWAIN IN WASHINGTON DC THE ADVENTURES OF A CAPITAL CORRESPONDENT

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Mark Twain In Washington D C

Author : John Muller
ISBN : 1609499646
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A chronicle of the time Mark Twain spent in Washington, D.C.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Capital Streetcars Early Mass Transit In Washington D C

Author : John DeFerrari
ISBN : 9781467118835
Genre : History
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Washington's first streetcars trundled down Pennsylvania Avenue during the Civil War. By the end of the century, streetcar lines crisscrossed the city, expanding it into the suburbs and defining where Washingtonians lived, worked and played. One of the most beloved routes was the scenic Cabin John line to the amusement park in Glen Echo, Maryland. From the quaint early days of small horse-drawn cars to the modern "streamliners" of the twentieth century, the stories are all here. Join author John DeFerrari on a joyride through the fascinating history of streetcars in the nation's capital.
Category: History

A Literary Guide To Washington Dc

Author : Kim Roberts
ISBN : 9780813941189
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The site of a thriving literary tradition, Washington, DC, has been the home to many of our nation’s most acclaimed writers. From the city’s founding to the beginnings of modernism, literary luminaries including Walt Whitman, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Henry Adams, Langston Hughes, and Zora Neale Hurston have lived and worked at their craft in our nation’s capital. In A Literary Guide to Washington, DC, Kim Roberts offers a guide to the city’s rich literary history. Part walking tour, part anthology, A Literary Guide to Washington, DC is organized into five sections, each corresponding to a particularly vibrant period in Washington’s literary community. Starting with the city’s earliest years, Roberts examines writers such as Hasty-Pudding poet Joel Barlow and "Star-Spangled Banner" lyricist Francis Scott Key before moving on to the Civil War and Reconstruction and touching on the lives of authors such as Charlotte Forten Grimké and James Weldon Johnson. She wraps up her tour with World War I and the Jazz Age, which brought to the city some writers at the forefront of modernism, including the first American to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, Sinclair Lewis. The book’s stimulating tours cover downtown, the LeDroit Park and Shaw neighborhoods, Lafayette Square, and the historic U Street district, bringing the history of the city to life in surprising ways. Written for tourists, literary enthusiasts, amateur historians, and armchair travelers, A Literary Guide to Washington, DC offers a cultural tour of our nation's capital through a literary lens.
Category: Literary Criticism

Our Mark Twain

Author : Louis J. Budd
ISBN : STANFORD:36105003949893
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Journalist

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ISBN : IOWA:31858036690679
Genre : Journalism
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Category: Journalism

Washington D C

Author : Lothar Hönnighausen
ISBN : 3772020011
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 40.22 MB
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Category: Architecture

Motion Picture Almanac

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ISBN : UOM:39015068857237
Genre : Motion pictures
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Category: Motion pictures