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Authors: Zall , Paul M. (California State University, Los Angeles) 
Editors: Robert P. Watson
Book Description:
One of the most beloved first ladies of all time, Dolley Madison was also, arguably the most well known and influential woman of her era. Presiding over the social affairs of both her husband’s two terms in the “President’s House” and Jefferson’s presidency, Dolley asserted her influence over the nation’s social affairs like no presidential spouse before or after her.

From her heroic rescue of priceless items from the White House just minutes before the British set the building aflame in the War of 1812, to her redesign of the building for both political and social functionality, to her trend-setting but risqué taste in fashion, Dolley Madison remains one of the nation’s most fascinating public figures from history.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: Dolley Payne; Chapter 2: Dolley Todd; Chapter 3: Marrying Madison; Chapter 4: Philadelphia as Finishing School; Chapter 5: Montpelier Idyl; Chapter 6: Queen of Hearts; Chapter 7: Becoming First Lady; Chapter 8: Heroine!; Chapter 9: Restoring Morale; Chapter 10: Retreat to Montpelier; Chapter 11: Missing Madison; Chapter 12: Regaining Washington; Chapter 13: Enduring Genteel Poverty; Chapter 14: Return to Montpelier; Afterword; Sources

   Series:
      Presidential Wives
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2001
   ISBN: 1-56072-930-9
   Status: AV
  
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