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The Chronicles of Canada: Volume IX - Our First National Highways

by George Wrong & H.H. Langton

THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA - Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton of the University of Toronto The Chronicles of Canada was a Canadian literary landmark. First published in 1914, it was a series of thirty-two,...


The Chronicles of Canada: Volume VIII - The Growth of Nationality

by George Wrong & H.H. Langton

THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA - Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton of the University of Toronto The Chronicles of Canada was a Canadian literary landmark. First published in 1914, it was a series of thirty-two,...


The Chronicles of Canada: Volume VII - The Struggle for Political Freedom

by George Wrong & H.H. Langton

THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA - Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton of the University of Toronto The Chronicles of Canada was a Canadian literary landmark. First published in 1914, it was a series of thirty-two,...


The Chronicles of Canada: Volume VI - Pioneers of The North and West

by George Wrong & H.H. Langton

THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA - Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton of the University of Toronto The Chronicles of Canada was a Canadian literary landmark. First published in 1914, it was a series of thirty-two,...


The Chronicles of Canada: Volume V - The Native Peoples in Canada

by George Wrong & H.H. Langton

THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA - Edited by George M. Wrong and H. H. Langton of the University of Toronto The Chronicles of Canada was a Canadian literary landmark. First published in 1914, it was a series of thirty-two,...


Empire of Cotton: A Global History

by Sven Beckert

The epic story of the rise and fall of the empire of cotton, its centrality to the world economy, and its making and remaking of global capitalism.

 

Cotton is so ubiquitous as to be almost invisible, yet understanding...


Now That You Asked: Nelson's Navy

by John Masefield

The Perfect Nautical Q & A Reference Book 170 Specific Questions and Answers Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go back in time? Now you can via the Now That You Asked... series of books from Fireship...


NAVAL EVOLUTIONS: A Memoir

by Sir Howard Douglas

One of the most revolutionary tactics in naval warfare was developed in the 18th Century, and was called "Breaking the Line." The Royal Navy used it to win fleet engagements ranging from the Battle of the Saints,...


A World for the Taking: The Ships of the Honourable East India Company

by E. Keble Chatterton

It was a time when one of the most powerful rulers in the world wasn't a government-it was a corporation. It's official name was ""The Company of Merchants of London Trading into the East Indies."" Some simply...


BLACK SOLDIERS/BLUE UNIFORMS: The Story of the First South Carolina Volunteers

by Thomas Higginson

"The First South" The Story of America's First Officially Recognized African-American Regiment. During the Civil War over 170,000 ""colored"" troops served in the Union Army. While there were two earlier attempts...


The Texas Navy

by Alex Dienst

A Cactus Navy? Everyone has heard of the USS Constitution and the USS Constellation. They were the first two ships commissioned into the United States Navy. But have you ever heard of the Liberty and the Invincible?...


So Terrible a Storm

by Curt Brown

“Not since Sebastian Junger in The Perfect Storm has a writer captured so well the fury of the seas as Curt Brown.” —The Maritime Executive Through masterful research and elegant prose, Curt Brown traces...


Why Some Wars Never End: The Stories of the Longest Conflicts in History

by Joseph Cummins

The Bloody Hostilities, Feuds, and Quarrels that Refuse to Release their Grip.

Sometimes the causes of war are so intractable, the opponents so unyielding, and the rivalries so deep-rooted that the combat continues...


American Generalship: Character Is Everything: The Art of Command

by Edgar Puryear

America's top military leaders are scrutinized as Puryear ponders what prepared our generals for the terrible responsibilities they bore during World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Gulf War and on to today.


Why Did the Chicken Cross the World?: The Epic Saga of the Bird that Powers Civilization

by Andrew Lawler

From ancient empires to modern economics, veteran journalist Andrew Lawler delivers a sweeping history of the animal that has been most crucial to the spread of civilization across the globe—the chicken.

Queen...


Upsetting the Apple Cart: Black-Latino Coalitions in New York City from Protest to Public Office

by Frederick Douglass Opie

Upsetting the Apple Cart looks at the history of black-Latino coalitions in New York City from 1959 to 1989. In those years, African American and Latino Progressives organized, mobilized, and transformed neighborhoods,...


Christendom Destroyed: Europe 1517-1648

by Mark Greengrass

A remarkable new volume in the critically acclaimed Penguin History of Europe series

From peasants to princes, no one was untouched by the spiritual and intellectual upheaval of the sixteenth century. Martin...


Women Constructing Men: Female Novelists and Their Male Characters, 1750D2000

by Sarah S. G. Frantz

Female novelists have always invested as much narrative energy in constructing their male characters as in envisioning their female. The collected articles in


They Belonged to Glasgow

by Rudolph Kenna & Ian Sutherland

Glasgow's current status as a cult city with a worldwide reputation for chic clubs and hip hotels is deserved, but its humble origins lie in the medieval town based around the High Street and in the numerous...


The Pen Is Mightier

by Robert Miraldi

Charles Edward Russell was a muckraking journalist who exposed the dark underside of America’s class system at the turn of the 20th century. The scandals he revealed through investigative reporting led to...