The Journals of George Washington
By George Washington
The journals of young George Washington were written at the beginning of his military carrier. The books give us a marvelous insight of the atmosphere in the pre-revolution period in America. Apart from that significant value, these accounts reveal interesting details about Washington's daily life, military duties, his political opinions and personal thoughts on current events.
Journal of My Journey Over the Mountains While Surveying for Lord Thomas Fairfax, Baron of Cameron, in the Northern Neck of Virginia, Beyond the Blue Ridge, in 1747-8
Journal of Major George Washington: Sent by the Hon. Robert Dinwiddie to the Commandant of the French Forces in Ohio, in 1753-4