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Pierre Charles L'Enfant also known as Peter Charles L'Enfant or Charles Peter L' Enfant, was a French-born American military engineer who designed the basic ...

www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/a-brief-history-of-pierre-lenfant-and-washington-dc-39487784

Apr 30, 2008 ... Today's Washington, D.C. owes much of its unique design to Pierre Charles L' Enfant, who came to America from France to fight in the ...

www.britannica.com/biography/Pierre-Charles-LEnfant

Jan 20, 2017 ... Pierre Charles L'Enfant: August 2, 1754 Paris, France June 14, 1825 Prince George's county, Maryland, U.S. French-born American engineer, ...

www.arlingtoncemetery.net/l-enfant.htm

Twenty-two-year-old Pierre Charles L'Enfant was stirred. He'd watched American colonists declare their independence from England and fight for freedom. Now ...

www.nps.gov/nr/travel/wash/lenfant.htm

The plan of the city of Washington was designed in 1791 by Pierre L'Enfant, and mapped the following year; a design which remains largely in place. For nearly ...

www.mountvernon.org/digital-encyclopedia/article/pierre-lenfant

Mar 20, 2015 ... Noted as one of the most influential architects and city planners in American history, Pierre “Peter” Charles L'Enfant is most famous for ...

www.arlingtoncemetery.mil/Explore/Notable-Graves/Prominent-Military-Figures/Pierre-Charles-LEnfant

Pierre Charles L'Enfant was a captain, U.S. Engineers, and a brevet major, U.S. Army, Revolutionary War. Under the direction of President George Washington, ...

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By Pierre F. de Ravel d'Esclapon, 32°, Valley of Rockville Center, N.Y.. Photo: “ Pierre Charles L'Enfant,” Allyn Cox, oil on canvas applied to the ceiling of the ...

www.welovedc.com/2010/11/23/dc-mythbusting-pierre-lenfant-planned-dc

Nov 23, 2010 ... But that wasn't always the case– for years, Pierre L'Enfant never got credit for designing the city. So while we all know this 'myth' is true, ...

founders.archives.gov/documents/Washington/05-09-02-0124

Editorial Note. Pierre L'Enfant's letter of 21 Nov. to GW is the first in a series of letters that document the controversy sparked by L'Enfant's demolition of a house  ...