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Thomas Paine: Crusader for Liberty: How One Man's Ideas Helped Form a New Nation

by Albert Marrin

From National Book Award finalist Albert Marrin comes a compelling look at the life and impact of Thomas Paine and the profound power of ideas.

Uneducated as a boy, Thomas Paine grew up to become one of the most...


A Volcano Beneath the Snow: John Brown's War Against Slavery

by Albert Marrin

John Brown is a man of many legacies, from hero, freedom fighter, and martyr, to liar, fanatic, and "the father of American terrorism." Some have said that it was his seizure of the arsenal at Harper's Ferry...


Old Hickory:Andrew Jackson and the American People: Andrew Jackson and the American People

by Albert Marrin

From a childhood steeped in poverty, violence, and patriotic pride, Andrew Jackson rose to the heights of celebrity and power. The first popularly elected president, he won admiration by fighting corruption,...


Black Gold: The Story of Oil in Our Lives

by Albert Marrin

Oil is not pretty, but it is a resource that drives the modern world.  It has made fortunes for the lucky few and provided jobs for millions of ordinary folks.

Thick and slippery, crude oil has an evil smell....


Little Monsters: The Creatures that Live on Us and in Us: The Creatures that Live on Us and in Us

by Albert Marrin

Award winner Albert Marrin answers the question: "What's eating you?" - literally

From nonfiction master Albert Marrin, here is the shocking story of the longest running war of all time: man versus parasite....


Flesh and Blood So Cheap: The Triangle Fire and Its Legacy

by Albert Marrin

On March 25, 1911, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City burst into flames.  The factory was crowded.  The doors were locked to ensure workers stay inside.  One hundred forty-six people—mostly...