The darkest winter of the Revolutionary War and the plot to kidnap Washington unfolds in new book, ‘Morristown’

John Landecker

Washington, D.C., United States — January 14, 2019: Washington Circle is a traffic circle and park located where the West End and Foggy Bottom neighborhoods of Washington, D.C. meet. It was part of Pierre L’Enfant’s 1791 plan for the U.S. capital. The most prominent feature of Washington Circle is an 1860 bronze statue by sculptor Clark Mills depicting George Washington on horseback during the Revolutionary War.

Best-selling author William Hazelgrove returns to the John Landecker show to discuss his latest foray into untold history, ‘Morristown: The Darkest Winter of the Revolutionary War and the Plot to Kidnap George Washington’.

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