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The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple Church, and the Temple (Illustrated)

by Charles G. Addison

"The vulgar notion that the Templars were as wicked as they were fearless and brave, has not yet been entirely exploded; but it is hoped that the copious account of the proceedings against the order in this...


The History of Cuba: Volume I (Illustrated)

by Willis Fletcher Johnson

"Cuba was thus in her foundation the fortunate recipient of the rugged and masterful spirit of Estremadura, and of the elements of government and of social grace and intellectual power which Seville could so...


The Making of a Slave

by Willie Lynch

A required reading for various courses and curriculums on the plight of the African American


Renaissance in Italy: The Catholic Reaction, Volumes VI (Illustrated)

by John Addington Symonds

"Thus what the word Renaissance really means is new birth to liberty-the spirit of mankind recovering consciousness and the power of self-determination, recognizing the beauty of the outer world, and of the...


Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature, Volume V (Illustrated)

by John Addington Symonds

"Thus what the word Renaissance really means is new birth to liberty-the spirit of mankind recovering consciousness and the power of self-determination, recognizing the beauty of the outer world, and of the...


Renaissance in Italy: The Catholic Reaction, Volumes VII (Illustrated)

by John Addington Symonds

"Thus what the word Renaissance really means is new birth to liberty-the spirit of mankind recovering consciousness and the power of self-determination, recognizing the beauty of the outer world, and of the...


Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature, Volume IV (Illustrated)

by John Addington Symonds

"Thus what the word Renaissance really means is new birth to liberty-the spirit of mankind recovering consciousness and the power of self-determination, recognizing the beauty of the outer world, and of the...


Renaissance in Italy: The Fine Arts, Volume III (Illustrated)

by John Addington Symonds

"Thus what the word Renaissance really means is new birth to liberty-the spirit of mankind recovering consciousness and the power of self-determination, recognizing the beauty of the outer world, and of the...


Renaissance in Italy: The Revival of Learning, Volume II (Illustrated)

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

"Thus what the word Renaissance really means is new birth to liberty-the spirit of mankind recovering consciousness and the power of self-determination, recognizing the beauty of the outer world, and of the...


Renaissance in Italy: The Age of the Despots, Volume I (Illustrated)

by John Addington Symonds

"Thus what the word Renaissance really means is new birth to liberty-the spirit of mankind recovering consciousness and the power of self-determination, recognizing the beauty of the outer world, and of the...


Old and New Paris: Its History, Its People, and Its Places, Volume I I (Illustrated)

by Henry Sutherland Edwards

"Paris is divided longitudinally by the course of the Seine, whose windings are scarcely noticed by the observer taking a bird's-eye view. The river looks like a silver thread between two borders of green. These...


Old and New Paris: Its History, Its People, and Its Places, Volume I (Illustrated)

by Henry Sutherland Edwards

"Paris is divided longitudinally by the course of the Seine, whose windings are scarcely noticed by the observer taking a bird's-eye view. The river looks like a silver thread between two borders of green. These...


Irish History and the Irish Question (Illustrated)

by Goldwin Smith

"The people of Ireland when history opens were Celts, kinsmen of the primitive races of Gaul and Britain, remnants of which are left in Wales and in the Highlands of Scotland. Their language was of that family,...


History of Prince Edward Island (Illustrated)

by Duncan Campbell

"Prince Edward Island is situated in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. It lies between 46° and 47° 7' north latitude, and 62° and 64° 27' longitude west, from Greenwich. As viewed from the north-east, it presents...


Hero Tales from American History (Illustrated)

by Henry Cabot Lodge & Theodore Roosevelt

"Daniel Boone will always occupy a unique place in our history as the archetype of the hunter and wilderness wanderer. He was a true pioneer, and stood at the head of that class of Indian-fighters, game-hunters,...


Historic Sites of Lancashire and Cheshire (Illustrated)

by James Croston

" ...it illustrates, in a certain degree, the history and romance of the two Palatine counties, the Author's aim having been to give to particular localities an individuality and freshness, by presenting in...


Great Facts: A Popular History and Description of the Most Remarkable Inventions During the Present Century (Illustrated)

by Frederick C. Bakewell

"When Beckman wrote his History of Inventions, towards the close of last century, scarcely any of the wonderful discoveries and contrivances that now form parts of our social system were known; and the table...


France in the Nineteenth Century (Illustrated)

by Elizabeth Wormeley Latimer

"Louis Bonaparte was nine years younger than his brother Napoleon, who by no right of primogeniture, but by right of success, was early looked upon as the head of the family of Bonaparte. He assumed the place...


Journal of a Confederate Nurse

by Arthur Wyllie

This is the true story of Kate Cummings. She was a nurse with the Army of Tennessee for almost the entire war. This is her journal. It contains her story of all of the men, union and confederate that she worked...


A History of Horncastle (Illustrated)

by James Conway Walter

"A recent historian has said "In the 13th century the northern counties of England were so unsettled that there was little security north of the Humber, and in 1250 the powerful Bishop of Carlisle found it necessary...