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American Scripture: Making the Declaration of Independence

by Pauline Maier

Pauline Maier shows us the Declaration as both the defining statement of our national identity and the moral standard by which we live as a nation. It is truly "American Scripture," and Maier tells us how it...


The Gothic Line: Canada's Month of Hell in World War II Italy

by Mark Zuehlke

Stretching like an armor-toothed belt across Italy's upper thigh, the Gothic Line was the most fiercely defended position of Hitler's army, but a bloody 28-day offensive led by Canada's first Infantry Division...


Adventures of a Sea Hunter: In Search of Famous Shipwrecks

by James Delgado

Leading archaeologist and consummate storyteller James Delgado takes readers on a rollicking deep-sea dive into his highly unusual life's work: locating and exploring the world's most famous shipwrecks. Colorful...


Nazi Party 1919-1945: A Complete History

by Dietrich Orlow

This is the only complete historical account of the rise and fall of the political party known in Germany as the infamous NSDAP (National Socialist German Worker's Party). It covers the entire period of the...


The Orphaned Land: New Mexico's Environment Since the Manhattan Project

by V. B. Price & Nell Farrell

Viewing New Mexico as a microcosm of global ecological degradation, Price's is the first book to give the general public a realistic perspective on the problems surrounding New Mexico's environmental health...


Unknown Soldiers

by Mark A. Snell

The Great War remembered -- "This book is not a history of World War I, nor is it a history of the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) on the Western Front. Rather, it is a collection of essays that examines...


Scars to Prove It

by Craig Warren

History as fiction's muse -- "When the first cannon sounded over Charleston Harbor in 1861, it announced the beginning of an American literary phenomenon. Readers North and South hungered for imaginative writing...


And the Wind Blew Cold

by Richard M. Bassett & Lewis H. Carlson

When Richard Bassett returned from Korea on convalescent leave in 1953, he set down his experiences in training, combat, and captivity. Then he put the memoir away and tried to forget. More than twenty years...


Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies

by Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek & Louise O. Vasvári

The studies presented in the collected volume Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies -- edited by Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek and Louise O. Vasvári -- are intended as an addition to scholarship in (comparative)...


The Peace of Passarowitz, 1718

by Charles Ingrao & Jovan Pešalj

In the late spring of 1718 near the village of Požarevac (German Passarowitz) in northern Serbia, freshly conquered by Habsburg forces, three delegations representing the Holy Roman Emperor, Ottoman Sultan,...


Baited Trap

by Tracy Connors

Baited Trap, The Ambush of Mission 1890 is the story of helicopter rescue Mission 1890, one of the most heroic-and costly-air rescues of the Korean War. This harrowing Air Force-Navy mission is explained in...


Jim and Jap Crow: A Cultural History of 1940s Interracial America

by Matthew M. Briones

Following Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, the U.S. government rounded up more than one hundred thousand Japanese Americans and sent them to internment camps. One of those internees was Charles Kikuchi....


Beyond Suiseki

by Manette Gerstle

Suiseki made its earliest Western debut in the 1960s, traveling as sidekicks of immensely popular Japanese bonsai trees. By the 1980s, suiseki had emerged as an independent art form reigning supreme until year...


America's Constitution: A Biography

by Akhil Reed Amar

In America’s Constitution, one of this era’s most accomplished constitutional law scholars, Akhil Reed Amar, gives the first comprehensive account of one of the world’s great political texts. Incisive,...


American Violence

by Richard Hofstadter

With eyewitness accounts and contemporary reports—linked together by succinct analytical commentaries—Richard Hofstadter and his young collaborator, Michael Wallace, have created a superb documentary reader...


Sword of the Spirit, Shield of Faith: Religion in American War and Diplomacy

RBC Taylor Prize 2013

by Andrew Preston

A richly detailed, profoundly engrossing story of how religion has influenced American foreign relations, told through the stories of the men and women—from presidents to preachers—who have plotted the country’s...


Fire on the Beach: Recovering the Lost Story of Richard Etheridge and the Pea Island Lifesavers

by David Wright & David Zoby

FROM THE CIVIL WAR TO THE TURN OF THE CENTURY, THIS IS THE TRUE-LIFE STORY OF THE ORIGINAL COAST GUARD AND ONE CREW OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN HEROES WHO FOUGHT STORMS AND SAVED LIVES OFF NORTH CAROLINA'S OUTER BANKS....


The Right Moment: Ronald Reagan's First Victory and the Decisive Turning Point in American Politics

by Matthew Dallek

Ronald Reagan's first great victory, in the 1966 California governor's race, seemed to come from nowhere and has long since confounded his critics. Just two years earlier, when Barry Goldwater lost to Lyndon...


Reagan, In His Own Hand: The Writings of Ronald Reagan that Reveal His Revolutionary Vision for America

by Kiron K. Skinner, Martin Anderson & Annelise Anderson

Until Alzheimer's disease wreaked its gradual destruction, Ronald Reagan was an inveterate writer. He wrote not only letters, short fiction, poetry, and sports stories, but speeches, newspaper articles, and...


Hen Frigates

by Joan Druett

A "hen frigate," traditionally, was any ship with the captain's wife on board. Hen frigates were miniature worlds -- wildly colorful, romantic, and dangerous. Here are the dramatic, true stories of what the...