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What so proudly we hailed, Francis Scott Key, a life, Marc Leepson

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What so proudly we hailed, Francis Scott Key, a life, Marc Leepson
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-227) and index
resource.biographical
individual biography
Illustrations
illustrationsplates
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
What so proudly we hailed
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
860395373
Responsibility statement
Marc Leepson
Sub title
Francis Scott Key, a life
Table Of Contents
A family of lawyers -- Annapolis, Frederick Town, and George Town -- Nil desperandum -- Piety and patriotism -- A citizen of the highest respectability -- A beautiful and animating effusion -- A useless, pernicious, dangerous portion of the population -- A class of very dangerous people -- A stormy tumult of feeling -- A vigorous and well- cultivated intellect -- A friend of peace -- A particular friend of the president -- A rank Jackson man -- The prosecutor -- Minister to Alabama -- An incorruptible patriot -- An alarming state of disorder -- A friend of men of color -- Epilogue: one of the best men that ever lived
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