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Founding Fathers: John Marshall and his Life-Long Connection to George Washington

In David Bruce Smith’s new children’s book American Hero: John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States, we learn about the extraordinary life of one of our nation’s founding fathers. John Marshall was a soldier in the Revolutionary Army, a successful lawyer, a congressman and Secretary of State, as well as the longest serving Chief Justice in American history. Marshall was also a life-long friend–and protegee–of George Washington.

American Hero: John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States, was released in February 2013 during President’s week. To mark the occasion, the author signed copies of the book at Mt. Vernon, Washington’s home in Virginia – the same state Marshall was born and reared.

To mark the occasion of George Washington’s 281st birthday, Amy A. Kass and Leon R. Kass released an ebook in their American Calendar Series that examines The Meaning of George Washington’s Birthday.”

The ebook presents the “words and deeds of the “Father of Our Country” and ponders the qualities of leadership needed for the nation to flourish. It is available at the website What So Proudly We Hail.

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