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The Printer and the Preacher

by Randy Petersen

A groundbreaking look at the strange friendship between George Whitefield and Benjamin Franklin, who together defined what it means to be an American.

They were the most famous men in America.  They came from...


The Black Death

by Justus Friedrich Karl Hecker

That Omnipotence which has called the world with all its living creatures into one animated being, especially reveals Himself in the desolation of great pestilences. The powers of creation come into violent...


The Dancing Mania

by Justus Friedrich Karl Hecker

The effects of the Black Death had not yet subsided, and the graves of millions of its victims were scarcely closed, when a strange delusion arose in Germany, which took possession of the minds of men, and,...


The Bill of Rights: The Fight to Secure America's Liberties

by Carol Berkin

The real story of how the Bill of Rights came to be: a concise, vivid history of political strategy, big egos, and partisan interest that set the terms of the ongoing contest between the federal government and...


Single Handed: The Inspiring True Story of Tibor "Teddy" Rubin--Holocaust Survivor, Korean War Hero, and Medal of Honor Recipient

by Daniel M. Cohen

From a World War II concentration camp to the Korean War to the White House, this is the incredible story of Tibor “Teddy” Rubin, the only Holocaust survivor ever to receive a Medal of Honor...

In 1944, a...


The Hidden History of America at War: Untold Tales from Yorktown to Fallujah

by Kenneth C. Davis

Multi-million-copy bestselling historian Kenneth C. Davis sets his sights on war stories in The Hidden History of America at War. In prose that will remind you of "the best teacher you ever had" (People Magazine),...


Whirlwind: The American Revolution and the War That Won It

by John Ferling

Amid a great collection of scholarship and narrative history on the Revolutionary War and the American struggle for independence, there is a gaping hole; one that John Ferling's latest book, Whirlwind, will...


The Constitution: An Introduction

by Michael Stokes Paulsen & Luke Paulsen

From war powers to health care, freedom of speech to gun ownership, religious liberty to abortion, practically every aspect of American life is shaped by the Constitution. This vital document, along with its...


Inquiry about Bacchanalia and Night Rites (quaestio de Bacchanalibus sacrisque nocturnis) A staged operation for political purposes

by Perri Basilio

This book begins with an introduction of a methodological nature. In it, we try to explain why on the bacchanalian affair have been accumulated so many errors, which over time have become absolute truth. Follow...


Ministering Angels: A History of Nursing from The Crimea to The Blitz

by Stella Bingham & Yvonne McEwen

In the eighteenth century professional nurses were often written off as drunk, slovenly, or cruel. In the Crimea, under Florence Nightingale’s direction, they had become known as ‘Ministering Angels’. By...


The Royal Fjord: Memories of Jervis Inlet

by Ray Phillips

The most accessible and popular of British Columbia’s great scenic fjords, Jervis Inlet punches 60 kilometres into the Coast Mountains a day’s cruising north of Vancouver. It deserves to be called the “Royal...


The Storms: Adventure and tragedy on Everest

by Mike Trueman

In August 1979 twenty-seven-year-old Mike Trueman set sail from the south-west coast of Wales, en route to Cornwall. The young army helicopter pilot was helping to move his friend’s yacht from Northern Ireland...


Indulgences after Luther: Pardons in Counter-Reformation France, 1520-1720

by Elizabeth C Tingle

Indulgences have been synonymous with corruption in the Catholic Church ever since Martin Luther nailed his ninety-five theses to the church door in Wittenberg in 1517. Tingle explores the nature and evolution...


We Could Not Fail: The First African Americans in the Space Program

by Richard Paul & Steven Moss

The Space Age began just as the struggle for civil rights forced Americans to confront the long and bitter legacy of slavery, discrimination, and violence against African Americans. Presidents John F. Kennedy...


Moshe Dayan

by Martin Van Creveld

Martin van Creveld's Moshe Dayan tells the story of one man and of one people, to whom he was a figurehead - a symbol of their patriotism and their determination to survive. Born in a kibbutz in 1915, Dayan...


Transforming the Faiths of Our Fathers

by Ann Braude

Pundits on both the right and the left often portray religion and feminism as inherently incompatible, as opposing forces in American culture. Transforming the Faiths of Our Fathers seeks to dispel that notion...


A Passion for Paris

by David Downie

"A top-notch walking tour of Paris. . . . The author's encyclopedic knowledge of the city and its artists grants him a mystical gift of access: doors left ajar and carriage gates left open foster his search...


Went the Day Well?: Witnessing Waterloo

by David Crane

Midnight, Sunday, June 18, 1815. Britain holds its breath. Since Napoleon’s escape from Elba in February, Europe has been jolted from eleven months of peace back into the frenzied panic of a war it believed...


Rocamora

by Donald Michael Platt

No man is closer to a woman than her confessor, not her father, not her brother, not her husband. -Spanish saying Vicente de Rocamora, the epitome of a young renaissance man in 17th century Spain, questions...


Daughters of the Samurai: A Journey from East to West and Back

by Janice P. Nimura

“Surprising and richly satisfying" (Megan Marshall); “beautifully crafted . . . subtle, polished, and poised” (Stacy Schiff).

In 1871, five young girls were sent by the Japanese government to the United...