Washington, Village and Capital, 1800-1878

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Washington, Village and Capital, 1800-1878 is a two-volume Pulitzer Prize-winning book by American historian Constance McLaughlin Green. It is about the development of Washington D.C., as a village and capital from 1800 to 1878, and as a city capital from 1879 to 1950. Green won the Pulitzer Prize for History for this book in 1963.[1]


  1. ^ Brennan, Elizabeth A.; Elizabeth C. Clarage (1999). Who's who of Pulitzer Prize Winners. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 303. ISBN 1-57356-111-8.