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Old Sword Play: Techniques of the Great Masters

by Alfred Hutton

Diagrams and detailed instruction in the use of the two-hand sword, rapier and dagger, broadsword and buckler, rapier and cloak, and dagger and cloak. For sword-play enthusiasts and anyone interested in self-defense....


Memoranda During the War: Civil War Journals, 1863-1865

by Walt Whitman & Bob Blaisdell

While serving as a volunteer at military hospitals, the poet recorded soldiers' anecdotes of army life, their last words and final messages, and his own reflections on the Civil War.


Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill's Wild West

by Isabelle S. Sayers

Wonderful behind-the-scenes look at the life and career of Annie Oakley. More than 100 rare photographs, posters, handbills, and other memorabilia.


Genthe's Photographs of San Francisco's Old Chinatown

by Arnold Genthe & John Kuo Wei Tchen

130 rare photos offer fascinating visual record of Chinatown before the great 1906 earthquake. Informative text traces history of Chinese in California.


The Art of War

by Antoine-Henri Jomini, G. H. Mendell & W. P. Craighill

Jomini's firsthand reports of the Napoleonic Wars are the most authoritative accounts available. In both historic and practical terms, his landmark work remains the definitive guide to strategy and tactics.


An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States

by Charles A. Beard

This classic study — one of the most influential in the area of American economic history — questioned the founding fathers' motivations and prompted new perceptions of the supreme law of the land.


Guns on the Early Frontiers: From Colonial Times to the Years of the Western Fur Trade

by Carl P. Russell

Thoroughly documented reference identifies guns used in America during eastern settlement and westward expansion. The highly readable survey describes those who used and sold weapons as well as those who made...


Authentic Indian Designs

by Maria Naylor

Largest collection anywhere: 2,500 authentic illustrations of bowls, bottles and pipes, geometric and floral patterns on beadwork, pictographs, symbolic tipi decorations, masks, basket weaves, Hopi katchina...


Letters of a Woman Homesteader

by Elinore Pruitt Stewart & N. C. Wyeth

This towering classic of American frontier life paints a candid portrait of a young widow's work, travels, neighbors, and harsh existence on a Wyoming ranch in the early 1900s. 6 original illustrations by N.C....


Harriet Tubman: The Moses of Her People

by Sarah Bradford

Inspiring story of bravery and self-sacrifice recalls the courageous life of one of the most well-known "conductors" on the Underground Railroad. Recalls the former slave's grim childhood, Union Army efforts,...


Recollections and Letters of Robert E. Lee

by Robert Edward Lee

This remarkable portrait of the idol of the Confederacy features personal reminiscences by his son as well as the general's letters to his family from the Mexican-American and Civil Wars.


Big Book of Indian Beadwork Designs

by Kay Doherty Bennett

Easy-to-follow color-coded charts and simple instructions for creating unusual Native American designs depicting buffalo, kachinas, eagles, feathers, and more. For use in appliqué work, embroidery, stained...


True Tales of the South at War: How Soldiers Fought and Families Lived, 1861-1865

by Clarence Poe

Treasury of reminiscences includes battlefield correspondence, diary entries, journals kept on the homefront, stories told to children and grandchildren, more. Intimate, compelling record.


The Book of the Crossbow: With an Additional Section on Catapults and Other Siege Engines

by Ralph Payne-Gallwey

Fascinating study traces history and use of crossbow as military and sporting weapon, from Middle Ages to modern times. Also covers related weapons: balistas, catapults, Turkish bows, more. Over 240 illustrations....


The Little Red Schoolhouse

by Eric Sloane

Harkening back to a time when the three Rs stood for reading, 'riting, and religion, Sloane's sketchbook explores the history of early American schools. Includes marvelous illustrations of one-room New England...


Yucatan Before and After the Conquest

by Diego de Landa

Describes geography and natural history of the peninsula, gives brief history of Mayan life, discusses Spanish conquest, and provides a long summary of Maya civilization. 4 maps, and over 120 illustrations.


Early American Herb Recipes

by Alice Cooke Brown

Charming text gives more than 500 authentic recipes for medicinal, culinary, cosmetic, and other purposes — everything from cancer and palsy treatments to gravies, sauces, and pies. 113 black-and-white illustrations....


An Abraham Lincoln Tribute: Featuring Woodcuts by Charles Turzak

by Charles Turzak & Bob Blaisdell

This handsome hardcover volume features 36 striking woodcut images of scenes from Lincoln's life by a noted artist of the 1930s. An appendix includes some of the president's speeches, letters, and quotations....


Indian Boyhood

by Charles A. Eastman

Chronicles first 15 years in life of a native Santee Sioux Indian in mid-19th century: childhood memories, training in the hunt, woodlore, religious practices, medicine men, more. 13 illustrations.


Schools and Masters of Fencing: From the Middle Ages to the Eighteenth Century

by Egerton Castle

The definitive work on fencing history and the art swordsmanship traces the sport from its rough beginnings to its latter-day refinement, focusing primarily on the 16th-century development of the rapier and...