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SEAL Target Geronimo

by Chuck Pfarrer

The true story of the killing of bin Laden by author and former U.S. Navy SEAL Chuck Pfarrer

On May 2, 2011, at 1:03 a.m. a satellite uplink was sent from Pakistan crackling into the situation room of the White...

The Boxer Rebellion and the Great Game in China

by David J. Silbey

The year is 1900, and Western empires--both old and new--are locked in regional entanglements across the globe. The British are losing a bitter war against the Boers while the German kaiser is busy building...

The Dogs of War

by Lisa Rogak

Military working dogs gained widespread attention after the highly trained canine Cairo participated in the SEAL Team Six mission that led to Osama bin Laden's death. Before that, few civilians realized that...

Son of the Morning Star

by Evan S. Connell

Custer's Last Stand is among the most enduring events in American history--more than one hundred years after the fact, books continue to be written and people continue to argue about even the most basic details...

Seeking Sicily

by John Keahey

"Keahey's exploration of this misunderstood island offers a much-needed look at a much-maligned land."--Paul Paolicelli, author of Under the Southern Sun

Sicily is the Mediterranean's largest and most mysterious...

Amusing the Million

by John F. Kasson

Coney Island: the name still resonates with a sense of racy Brooklyn excitement, the echo of beach-front popular entertainment before World War I. Amusing the Million examines the historical context in which...

Daniel Boone

Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Biography 1993

by John Mack Faragher

Winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for History for 1993

In the first and most reliable biography of Daniel Boone in more than fifty years, award-winning historian Faragher brilliantly portrays America's...

Haiti: The Aftershocks of History

by Laurent Dubois

A passionate and insightful account by a leading historian of Haiti that traces the sources of the country's devastating present back to its turbulent and traumatic history

Even before the 2010 earthquake destroyed...

The Race to the New World

by Douglas Hunter

The final decade of the fifteenth century was a turning point in world history. The Genoese mariner Christopher Columbus sailed westward on the Atlantic Ocean in 1492, famously determined to discover for Spain...


by Jonathan M. Hansen

An on-the-ground history of American empire

Say the word "Guantánamo" and orange jumpsuits, chain-link fences, torture, and indefinite detention come to mind. To critics the world over, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba,...

Blackhorse Riders

by Philip Keith

Winner of the 2013 Silver Medal in History from the Military Writer's Society of America

Finalist, 2013 Colby Award

Winner of the 2012 USA Best Book Award for Military History

Philip Keith's Blackhorse Riders is...

Jefferson and Monticello

by Jack Mclaughlin

This book, a National Book Award nominee in 1988, is the life of Thomas Jefferson as seen through the prism of his love affair with Monticello. For over half a century, it was his consuming passion, his most...

The Long, Bitter Trail

by Anthony Wallace

An account of Andrew Jackson's Indian Removal Act of 1830, which relocated Eastern Indians to the Okalahoma Territory over the Trail of Tears, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs which was given control over their...

Defining the World

by Henry Hitchings

By the early eighteenth century, France and Italy had impressive lexicons, but there was no authoritative dictionary of English. Sensing the deficit, and impelled by a mixture of national pride and commercial...

Gerald R. Ford

by Douglas Brinkley & Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.

The "accidental" president whose innate decency and steady hand restored the presidency after its greatest crisis

When Gerald R. Ford entered the White House in August 1974, he inherited a presidency tarnished...

Pillars of the Republic

by Carl Kaestle

Pillars of the Republic is a pioneering study of common-school development in the years before the Civil War. Public acceptance of state school systems, Kaestle argues, was encouraged by the people's commitment...

Lyndon Johnson's War

by Michael H. Hunt

The Hill and Wang Critical Issues Series: concise, affordable works on pivotal topics in American history, society, and politics.

Using newly available documents from both American and Vietnamese archives, Hunt...

The Missing Peace

by Dennis Ross

"The definitive and gripping account of the sometimes exhilarating, often tortured twists and turns in the Middle East peace process, viewed from the front row by one of its major players."--Bill Clinton


Understanding China  [3rd Edition]

by John Bryan Starr

After ten years, John Bryan Starr has thoroughly revised and updated his classic introduction to the background of, the data about, and the issues at stake in China's present and future. In the new edition,...

Machete Season

by Jean Hatzfeld, Linda Coverdale & Susan Sontag

In April-May 1994, 800,000 Rwandan Tutsis were massacred by their Hutu fellow citizens--about 10,000 a day, mostly being hacked to death by machete. In Machete Season, the veteran foreign correspondent Jean...