Political Terrain: Washington, D.C. from Tidewater Town to Global Metropolis: Washington, DC, from Tidewtare Town to Global Metropolis

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An unconventional history of Washington, D.C. this book explores the city's many identities over time, from tidewater town to international metropolis.

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[A] fascinating urban history.

"Journal of American History"

"[L]ucid and revealing.

Jonathan Yardley, "Washington Post Book World""

This provocative book does much to complicate our ideas about the city.

"Journal of Interdisciplinary History"

Beneath the vignettes of visitors and residents lies a solid framework of analysis.

"The Journal of American History"

"After reading this book, no one will see Washington in quite the same way.

Howard Gillette Jr., George Washington University"

ÝA¨ fascinating urban history.

"Journal of American History"

ÝL¨ucid and revealing.

Jonathan Yardley, "Washington Post Book World"

After reading this book, no one will see Washington in quite the same way.

Howard Gillette Jr., George Washington University

[L]ucid and revealing.

Jonathan Yardley, "Washington Post Book World"

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An exploration of the many identities that Washington D.C. has taken on over time. It examines the ways in which the city's regional orientation and national symbolism have been interpreted by novelists and business boosters, architects and blues artists, map makers and politicians.

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