General George Washington – 13 Things you should know about Washington and 13 Things you should not.(speech delivered by Bill Agress appearing as General George Washington )
How did George Washington want to be remembered? The year is 1798 and Washington has retired. Hear him personally reminisce about his amazing life. Find out the true story of the three famous myths.
General George Washington – The story of the Constitution (speech delivered by Bill Agress appearing as General George Washington )
From Washington’s letters, diary, and Constitutional Convention delegates’ writing, explore with Washington the progress from a weak central government to the first true democracy in history.
General George Washington – An intimate look at Washington through his correspondence (speech delivered by Bill Agress appearing as General George Washington )
Reading from Washington’s personal correspondence you’ll discover a side of our founding father unknown to most. Hear letters to his difficult mother, his dentist, his wife, his cousin Bushrod, and many of his other famous contemporaries. Learn about his feelings of inadequacy, his fear of mortality and his love of animals.
General George Washington – Keeping an army through the first years of the Revolutionary War (speech delivered by Bill Agress appearing as General George Washington )
Most of the enlistments were due to expire Dec 31, 1776 so in order to motivate his troops, Washington needed a strategy and a victory. Hear the background of the New York campaign and the ten days that changed the world.