Lynetta Washington was an early-American pioneer, a woman who lived in the American Colonies. She is the great-granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson and the great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Paine. The third of five children of a poor farmer husband and a wealthy wife, she was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After the Revolutionary War, she moved to Washington, D.C. to become a nurse.
It’s a good thing that Lynetta Washington has an extra leg. She is the sister of Thomas Paine’s daughter, who was also an early-American pioneer, a woman who lived in the American Colonies. She is the great-granddaughter of Thomas Jefferson and the great-great-granddaughter of Thomas Paine. The third of five children of a poor farmer husband and a wealthy wife, she was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Lynetta was raised by her sister and her husband, both of whom died soon after she was born. The family lived in a house in Philadelphia until the mid-1840’s when Lynetta moved in with her parents to live with her brother and his family in Washington, D.C. Lynetta was an active member of the local abolitionist movement as a teenager, and she spent part of her childhood in Washington, D.C.
A lot of people assume that by staying in Philadelphia for so long, Lynetta and her family were able to avoid the death trap and found the perfect home for them.
I guess the question is, “Why would anyone have wanted to live in Philadelphia when they could live anywhere in the country?” There are many reasons, but my favorite has to do with the fact that the capital of the United States has some of the best history, and Lynetta Washington was a very smart person who knew a lot about the city.
Some people are just more intelligent than others and more often than not, those people are also more likely to be the ones who make the most smart moves. Lynetta Washington is one of those people. She moved to Philadelphia to escape the capital’s death trap and in taking advantage of the city’s history, she found a perfect home. If you want to know more about the history of Philadelphia, check out my book Philly: A Short History.
Lynetta Washinton had a very interesting life before she moved to Philadelphia in 1997. Although she was born and raised in the state capital, she was the daughter of a diplomat who was assassinated by the terrorists. Lynetta attended a Catholic school and became a very well known journalist in Philadelphia. She made a lot of money from her coverage of the city’s most high-profile cases like the death of John F. Kennedy and the conviction of the infamous serial killer, Jeffrey Dahmer.
Lynetta wasn’t always the type to work for a news organization. In fact, Lynetta was the first reporter at the Philadelphia Inquirer to not only call herself a journalist but she was also the first reporter to call herself a journalist and not be a political hack. She was also the first reporter to call herself a “real journalist.
Lynetta is also the first female reporter to work for a major newspaper in the nation. She started working at The Philadelphia Inquirer and was soon promoted to be the citys first female correspondent. Lynetta, who has a BA in Journalism and History from Columbia University, also has an MA in Journalism and a PhD in journalism.
She has been writing for The Philadelphia Inquirer since its inception in 1986, covering a wide range of stories and events in the world of news. She has worked at the Philadelphia Daily News since 1989, and has also served as the director of the universitys journalism program. Lynetta has also been a radio and television reporter and a columnist for the Inquirer and the Daily News.