George Washington Manners and Character for Youth

This enlightening book provides a modern translation of the 110 rules for manners copied by the teenaged George Washington who emulated their foundational value of consideration for others for the remainder of his life. This book also reveals the monumental character of this 'First of Americans' setting an example to which all people can aspire. More

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About Rick Lindsay

Rick Lindsay has spent most of his professional life as a radio and television news reporter. He's worked at stations in Salt Lake City, UT; Grand Junction, CO, Quincy, IL, Cape Girardeau, MO; Phoenix, AZ; Houston, TX and San Francisco, CA. He's also an award-winning documentary producer and writer. Rick had long wanted to translate into more modern English the rules of manners that the young George Washington used as a penmanship exercise. As he set about the task Rick became fascinated by the monumental character of our first president. He hopes all of America's and the world's youth can learn more about the finest example of humanity America has ever produced in hopes that they will want to emulate Washington's example in their own lives.

Rick is now working on his next project - a historical novel.

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