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Admiral's Son General's Daughter

Admiral's Son General's Daughter

by Dan Ryan

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Admiral's Son General's Daughter: is a continuation of the story begun in Admirals and Generals. This second book describes in vivid detail what may have occurred in the United States Military under the Hayes, Garfield, Arthur, Cleveland, Harison, McKinley and Roosevelt Presidential administrations. The narration is by the son of a career naval officer, born in Beaufort, South Carolina. He will also serve in the Army Navy Building and the White House, Washington D.C. The historical events of 1877 through 1913 are carefully followed. The imagination of the author provides rich characters in powerful settings from the harbors of Alaska to the ports of the Balkan countries just prior to World War I. The time old love story between a man and a woman is woven throughout the book when the naval officer, marries the daughter of a general. They have four children, the oldest girl becomes a college professor, the oldest son enters the US Naval Academy, like his father and grandfather. The twins, a boy and a girl graduate from William and Mary and go on to law school in Washington D. C.

Scenes are set carefully with attention to accurate research of the low country of South Carolina as well as our Nation's Capital circa 1877- 1913. The People's Standard History of the United States written by Edward S. Ellis and published in 1895 by Western Book Syndicate and copyrighted by the Woolfall Company have provided background materials, maps of the period and needed information on how the federal government was organized and functioned during this period of history.


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ISBN-13: 9781452031262
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 06/25/2010
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.85(d)

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