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A Fistful of Shells - West Africa from the Rise of the Slave Trade to the Age of Revolution (Hardcover): Toby Green A Fistful of Shells - West Africa from the Rise of the Slave Trade to the Age of Revolution (Hardcover)
Toby Green 1
R570 R432 Discovery Miles 4 320 Save R138 (24%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

'Astonishing, staggering ... a book that shakes the received perception of history' Ben Okri, Daily Telegraph A groundbreaking new history that will transform our view of West Africa By the time of the 'Scramble for Africa' in the late nineteenth century, Africa had already been globally connected for many centuries. Its gold had fuelled the economies of Europe and Islamic world since around 1000, and its sophisticated kingdoms had traded with Europeans along the coasts from Senegal down to Angola since the fifteenth century. Until at least 1650, this was a trade of equals, using a variety of currencies - most importantly shells: the cowrie shells imported from the Maldives, and the nzimbu shells imported from Brazil. Toby Green's groundbreaking new book transforms our view of West and West-Central Africa. It reconstructs the world of kingdoms whose existence (like those of Europe) revolved around warfare, taxation, trade, diplomacy, complex religious beliefs, royal display and extravagance, and the production of art. Over time, the relationship between Africa and Europe revolved ever more around the trade in slaves, damaging Africa's relative political and economic power as the terms of monetary exchange shifted drastically in Europe's favour. In spite of these growing capital imbalances, longstanding contacts ensured remarkable connections between the Age of Revolution in Europe and America and the birth of a revolutionary nineteenth century in Africa. A Fistful of Shells draws not just on written histories, but on archival research in nine countries, on art, praise-singers, oral history, archaeology, letters, and the author's personal experience to create a new perspective on the history of one of the world's most important regions.

Sweet Freedom's Plains - African Americans on the Overland Trails, 1841-1869 (Hardcover): Shirley Ann Wilson Moore Sweet Freedom's Plains - African Americans on the Overland Trails, 1841-1869 (Hardcover)
Shirley Ann Wilson Moore
R680 Discovery Miles 6 800 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Mormon Handcart Migration - "tounge Nor Pen Can Never Tell the Sorrow" (Hardcover, First Edition, New ed.): Candy Moulton The Mormon Handcart Migration - "tounge Nor Pen Can Never Tell the Sorrow" (Hardcover, First Edition, New ed.)
Candy Moulton
R538 R422 Discovery Miles 4 220 Save R116 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Black's Map of Scotland - Picturesque Tourist Map 1840 (Sheet map, folded): Adam Black, Charles Black Black's Map of Scotland - Picturesque Tourist Map 1840 (Sheet map, folded)
Adam Black, Charles Black 1
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Scotland Map originally published to accompany Black's Picturesque Tourist Guide of Scotland in 1840. Hand drawn map of how Scotland looked in the 19th century.This pull out map which was referred to in the Black's Guide as an `accurate travelling map'. The hand drawn map has the counties at the time highlighted with coloured boundaries - something that would have been printed layer by layer, starting with the main black text and shading and then a separate printing for each colour over the black, one colour at a time.Black's Guide to Scotland was featured in the recent TV series Grand Tours of Scotland when Paul Murton used his guide to reveal historical changes in the landscape.The guide has been re-published and is available to accompany this map. ISBN 9780008251147

Our Indian Summer in the Far West - An Autumn Tour of Fifteen Thousand Miles in Kansas, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and the... Our Indian Summer in the Far West - An Autumn Tour of Fifteen Thousand Miles in Kansas, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and the Indian Territory (Hardcover)
Samuel Nugent Townshend; Photographs by John George Hyde; Edited by Alex Hunt, Kristin Loyd
R1,061 Discovery Miles 10 610 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Black's Guide to Scotland - Picturesque Tourist Guide 1840 (Hardcover): Adam Black, Charles Black Black's Guide to Scotland - Picturesque Tourist Guide 1840 (Hardcover)
Adam Black, Charles Black 1
R244 R175 Discovery Miles 1 750 Save R69 (28%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Facsimile edition of the famous Black's Picturesque Tourist Guide of Scotland originally published in 1840. The Black's Guide to travel is the star of the television series `Grand Tours of Scotland' as used by Paul Murton. Starts with a description of Scotland, Edinburgh and Leith and the Environs of Edinburgh. The guide then describes Fourteen Tours of Scotland for the traveller, highlighting notable features the travellers may encounter. In the preface to the guide it states that `the author has contended himself with giving a plain and intelligible account of the scenery most worthy of the attention of strangers ` As well as the in-depth tours there are 21 detailed Itineraries and an index. There are also charts and scenic views from around Scotland at the time.

Peoples of the Plateau - The Indian Photographs of Lee Moorhouse, 1898-1915 (Paperback, New): Steven L Grafe Peoples of the Plateau - The Indian Photographs of Lee Moorhouse, 1898-1915 (Paperback, New)
Steven L Grafe; Foreword by Paula Richardson Fleming
R596 R479 Discovery Miles 4 790 Save R117 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The remarkable photographs in Peoples of the Plateau capture the lives of Pacific Northwest Indians at the turn of the twentieth century--and at a turning point in their own history. This first major examination of photographer Lee Moorhouse and his work is lavishly illustrated with 104 b&w photographs.

War over Peace - One Hundred Years of Israel's Militaristic Nationalism (Hardcover): Uri Ben-Eliezer War over Peace - One Hundred Years of Israel's Militaristic Nationalism (Hardcover)
Uri Ben-Eliezer; Translated by Shaul Vardi
R718 R503 Discovery Miles 5 030 Save R215 (30%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Violence and war have raged between Zionists and Palestinians for over a century, ever since Zionists, trying to establish a nation-state in Palestine, were forced to confront the fact that the country was already populated. Covering every conflict in Israel's history, War over Peace reveals that Israeli nationalism was born ethnic and militaristic and has embraced these characteristics to this day. In his sweeping and original synthesis, Uri Ben-Eliezer shows that this militaristic nationalism systematically drives Israel to find military solutions for its national problems, based on the idea that the homeland is sacred and the territory is indivisible. When Israelis opposed to this ideology brought about change during a period that led to the Oslo Accords in the 1990s, cultural and political forces, reinforced by religious and messianic elements, prevented the implementation of the agreements, which brought violence back in the form of new wars. War over Peace is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the role of ethnic nationalism and militarism in Israel as well as throughout the world.

To the North Anna River - Grant and Lee, May 13-25, 1864 (Paperback, New edition): Gordon C. Rhea To the North Anna River - Grant and Lee, May 13-25, 1864 (Paperback, New edition)
Gordon C. Rhea
R522 R415 Discovery Miles 4 150 Save R107 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

With his third book, To the North Anna River, Gordon Rhea resumes his spectacular narrative of the initial campaign between Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee in the spring of 1864. May 13 to 25, a phase oddly ignored by historians, was critical in the clash between the Army of the Potomac and the Army of Northern Virginia. During those thirteen days -- an interlude bracketed by horrific battles that riveted the public's attention -- a game of guile and endurance between Grant and Lee escalated to a suspenseful draw on Virginia's North Anna River. Rhea skillfully sets the stage at dawn May 13 and from there lends every imaginable perspective -- from mental interiors to sweeping panoramas to scholarly retrospection -- on the ensuing hours.

From the bloodstained fields of the Mule Shoe to the North Anna River, with Meadow Bridge, Myers Hill, Harris Farm, Jericho Mills, Ox Ford, and Doswell Farm in between, grueling night marches, desperate attacks, and thundering cavalry charges became the norm for both Grant's and Lee's men. But the real story of May 13-25 lay in the two general's efforts to outfox each other, and Rhea charts their every step and misstep. Realizing that his bludgeoning tactics at the Bloody Angle were ineffective, Grant resorted to a fast-paced assault on Lee's vulnerable points. Lee, outnumbered two to one, abandoned the offensive and concentrated on anticipating Grant's maneuvers and shifting quickly enough to repel them. It was an amazingly equal match of wits that produced a gripping, high-stakes bout of warfare -- a test, ultimately, of improvisation for Lee and of perseverance for Grant.

From unprecedented research into more than 550 published and unpublishedsources, Rhea produces an exciting new take on this overlooked passage in the Civil War. He discovers a surprising similarity in military temperament between Lee and Grant, whom historians traditionally contrast. He also presents the first detailed recounting of Philip Sheridan's dramatic battle to save his cavalry corps in front of Richmond; the story of the novice New York and New England heavy artillerists drawn down from Washington; the specifics of Grant's forlorn attack of May 18 at Spotsylvania Court House; and the full picture of Lee's ingenious inverted V formation on the North Anna. The most accurate, not to mention enthralling, account to date of this next phase in Lee and Grant's opening match, To the North Anna River is a worthy sequel to Rhea's earlier acclaimed works.

A History of Hong Kong (Paperback, Revised Ed): Frank Welsh A History of Hong Kong (Paperback, Revised Ed)
Frank Welsh
R400 R280 Discovery Miles 2 800 Save R120 (30%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

"Not long from now, archaeologists traversing China's Pearl River delta will stumble onto the ruins of what was once one of man's most glorious civilizations. 'How could this have been allowed to happen?' one will certainly ask. Frank Welsh's 'History of Hong Kong' is the complete answer to that question in our time."
FRED C. SHAPIRO

"Masterly"
THE ECONOMIST

"There is no account of the colony as comprehensive, detailed and up-to-date as this. It will be an excellent guide for those who wish to follow events up to the British withdrawal in 1997 and afterwards… This is the best survey I have read of the gradual transformation of British rule as its inevitable end came into sight."
MICHAEL FRY, 'Scotland on Sunday'

"Authoritative and absorbing"
NEW STATESMAN & SOCIETY

"Mr Welsh writes with affection, insight and verve … narrative history in the best sense… He has written a book from which I have learned a great deal."
RICHARD TAMES, 'Times Educational Supplement'

"Richly detailed, informative and entertaining."
ASIAWEEK

"The ideal reading matter for anyone embarking upon the long flight to Hong Kong … impressive clarity and a sharp sense of ironic humour… Welsh's book is not merely a history of the tiny island of Hong Kong; it is a vast tapestry that traces the trajectory of the Western colonial adventure in Asia."
JONATHAN KIRSCH, 'Los Angeles Times'

"Anyone who reads it will be the better for this vigorous and convincing account of a unique creation."
GLASGOW HERALD

John Pendleton Kennedy - Early American Novelist, Whig Statesman, and Ardent Nationalist (Hardcover): Andrew R Black John Pendleton Kennedy - Early American Novelist, Whig Statesman, and Ardent Nationalist (Hardcover)
Andrew R Black
R946 Discovery Miles 9 460 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Lady First - The World of First Lady Sarah Polk (Hardcover): Amy S. Greenberg Lady First - The World of First Lady Sarah Polk (Hardcover)
Amy S. Greenberg
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The Gleam of Bayonets - The Battle of Antietam and Robert E. Lee's Maryland Campaign, September 1862 (Paperback, New... The Gleam of Bayonets - The Battle of Antietam and Robert E. Lee's Maryland Campaign, September 1862 (Paperback, New edition)
James V Murfin; Introduction by James I. Robertson; Foreword by Scott Hartwig
R485 R387 Discovery Miles 3 870 Save R98 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

One of the bloodiest days in American military history, the Battle of Antietam turned the tide of the Civil War in favor of the North and delivered the first major defeat to Robert E. Lee's army. In The Gleam of Bayonets, James V. Murfin gives a compelling account of the events and personalities involved in this momentous battle. The gentleness and patience of Lincoln, the vacillations of McClellan, and the grandeur of Lee -- all unfold before the reader. The battle itself is presented with precision and scope as Murfin blends together atmosphere and fact, emotions and tactics, into a dramatic and coherent whole. Originally published in 1965, The Gleam of Bayonets is now recognized as a classic and the standard against which all books on Antietam are measured.

Blood of the Prophets - Brigham Young and the Massacre at Mountain Meadows (Paperback, New edition): W. Bagley Blood of the Prophets - Brigham Young and the Massacre at Mountain Meadows (Paperback, New edition)
W. Bagley
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Bagley presents an authoritative investigation of Brigham Young and events surrounding the infamous Mountain Meadows Massacre. Includes maps and 36 b&w illustrations.

John Brown - The Legend Revisited (Paperback, New Ed): Merrill D. Peterson John Brown - The Legend Revisited (Paperback, New Ed)
Merrill D. Peterson
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Few figures hold as mythic a place in America's historical consciousness as John Brown. A fervent abolitionist, his New England reserve tempered by a childhood on the Ohio frontier, Brown advocated arming fugitive slaves to fight for their freedom, an idea that impressed Frederick Douglass, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry David Thoreau. In 1855, answering the call of his five sons to join them in the desperate struggle for freedom in the new territories, John Brown became a hero of "Bleeding Kansas." When he returned east, the fiery leader launched his ambitious campaign to rouse the slaves to freedom with a raid on the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry in 1859.

Labeled a madman for his failed military adventure, and repudiated even by prominent antislavery leaders, Brown was tried in a Virginia court and sentenced to hang for treason and sundry other crimes. In John Brown: Legend Revisited, the eminent historian Merrill D. Peterson brings the same blend of sharp-eyed analysis and narrative elegance to bear on Brown's legacy that he has used to unravel the images of Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln.

Brown's reputation has undergone a series of tectonic shifts since he met his death on the gallows just before the Civil War. Southerners viewed his exploits with apprehension, seeing Harpers Ferry as a harbinger of servile insurrection, while Brown's eloquence before the court won him sympathy in the North and confirmed his place there as a hero and martyr. Thoreau, the author of passive resistance, wrote of Brown as a man of conscience. Perhaps most important historically, Brown's exploits convinced Southerners that Lincoln's election meant secession and a call to arms.

Peterson gives us Brown in his own day, but he also shows how the flaming abolitionist warrior's image, celebrated in art, literature, and journalism, has shed some of the infamy conferred by "Bleeding Kansas" to become a symbol of American idealism and fervor to activists along the political spectrum. And so in the civil rights battles of the twentieth century, Brown became a hero to African Americans.

Abolitionizing Missouri - German Immigrants and Racial Ideology in Nineteenth-Century America (Hardcover): Kristen Layne... Abolitionizing Missouri - German Immigrants and Racial Ideology in Nineteenth-Century America (Hardcover)
Kristen Layne Anderson
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Brigham Young and the Expansion of the Mormon Faith (Hardcover): Thomas G. Alexander Brigham Young and the Expansion of the Mormon Faith (Hardcover)
Thomas G. Alexander
R670 Discovery Miles 6 700 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Custer - Cavalier in Buckskin (Hardcover, New edition): Robert M. Utley Custer - Cavalier in Buckskin (Hardcover, New edition)
Robert M. Utley
R440 R371 Discovery Miles 3 710 Save R69 (16%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

George Armstrong Custer. The name evokes instant recognition among Americans and people around the world. No figure in the history of the American West has more powerfully moved the human imagination. This new, lavishly illustrated book combines over 300 photographs and paintings, many in color, with a revised edition of Robert M. Utley's classic biography, "Cavalier in Buckskin."

Drawing on twelve years of additional research on Sitting Bull and the Battle of the Little Bighorn, Utley has dramatically changed his original interpretations of Custer's Last Stand in this revised edition, and has brought the reference list completely up to date for the benefit of students, scholars, and western history buffs.

Bringing to life vivid images of the western military frontier, Custer presents George Armstrong Custer, the man and the legend, and illuminates the challenges he faced in warfare with the Indians of the Great Plains.

The First Conspiracy - The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington (Hardcover): Brad Meltzer, Josh Mensch The First Conspiracy - The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington (Hardcover)
Brad Meltzer, Josh Mensch 1
R551 R434 Discovery Miles 4 340 Save R117 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
William Pitt the Younger - A Biography (Paperback): William Hague William Pitt the Younger - A Biography (Paperback)
William Hague 2
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A lively, authoritative biography of one of the towering figures in British history who became Prime Minister at the age of twenty-four, written by the youngest-ever leader of the Tory Party. Prime Minister in 1783 deeply underestimated and completely beleaguered. Yet he annihilated his opponents in the General Election the following year and dominated the governing of Britain for twenty-two years, nearly nineteen of them as Prime Minister. No British politician since then has exercised such supremacy for so long. brought about the union with Ireland, and directed, and was ultimately consumed by], the years of debilitating war with France. Domestic crises included unrest in Ireland, deep division in the royal family, the madness of the King and a full-scale naval mutiny. He enjoyed huge success, yet died at the nadir of his fortunes, struggling to maintain a government beset by a thin majority at home and military disaster abroad; he worked, worried and drank himself to death.Finally, his story is told with the drama, wit and authority it deserves

The Artistic Odyssey of Higinio V. Gonzales - A Tinsmith and Poet in Territorial New Mexico (Hardcover): Maurice M Dixon Jr The Artistic Odyssey of Higinio V. Gonzales - A Tinsmith and Poet in Territorial New Mexico (Hardcover)
Maurice M Dixon Jr; Foreword by Carmella Padilla; Translated by Alejandro Lopez
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Cambridge International AS Level History of the USA 1840-1941 Coursebook (Paperback): Pete Browning, Patrick Walsh-Atkins Cambridge International AS Level History of the USA 1840-1941 Coursebook (Paperback)
Pete Browning, Patrick Walsh-Atkins
R526 Discovery Miles 5 260 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Cambridge International AS Level History is a suite of three books that offer complete coverage of the Cambridge International AS Level History syllabus (code 9389). Written in clear and accessible language, this title covers the History of the USA from the period of 1840-1941. Features include key questions, timelines, definitions of key terms, profile of key figures, notes to highlight significant points and formative questions to consolidate learning. Each chapter reinforces knowledge and builds skills using detailed study of primary and secondary sources to help students achieve their best. Exam support is offered in a final Examination Skills chapter offering advice on exam technique and how to approach source investigation and structured essay questions.

The History of Modern France - From the Revolution to the War with Terror (Paperback): Jonathan Fenby The History of Modern France - From the Revolution to the War with Terror (Paperback)
Jonathan Fenby 1
R303 R173 Discovery Miles 1 730 Save R130 (43%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

With the defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Waterloo in June 1815, the next two centuries for France would be tumultuous. Bestselling historian and political commentator Jonathan Fenby provides an expert and riveting journey through this period as he recounts and analyses the extraordinary sequence of events of this period from the end of the First Revolution through two others, a return of Empire, three catastrophic wars with Germany, periods of stability and hope interspersed with years of uncertainty and high tensions. As her cross-Channel neighbour Great Britain would equally suffer, France was to undergo the wrenching loss of colonies in the post-Second World War as the new modern world we know today took shape. Her attempts to become the leader of the European union is a constant struggle, as was her lack of support for America in the two Gulf Wars of the past twenty years. Alongside this came huge social changes and cultural landmarks but also fundamental questioning of what this nation, which considers itself exceptional, really stood - and stands - for. That saga and those questions permeate the France of today, now with an implacable enemy to face in the form of Islamic extremism which so bloodily announced itself this year in Paris. Fenby will detail every event, every struggle and every outcome across this expanse of 200 years. It will prove to be the definitive guide to understanding France.

The Rise of the Elliots of Minto - A Scottish Family's Life in the Eighteenth Century (Hardcover): John P Evans The Rise of the Elliots of Minto - A Scottish Family's Life in the Eighteenth Century (Hardcover)
John P Evans
R587 R473 Discovery Miles 4 730 Save R114 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The Rise of the Elliots of Minto begins as battles between Scottish clans and reivers across the English-Scottish border continue. A Gilbert Elliot is helping a Campbell, the earl of Argyll, escape the clutches of the law. Soon afterwards, as a member of the Scottish Parliament, he prospers both socially and financially. Being made a baronet, he retires following the Treaty of Union, dying in 1718. A chronological account of the happenings of six generations of Elliots in the eighteenth century, and a dramatis personae of well over 100, completes the author's trilogy about the family commenced in 2011. Inheritance of the estate in Roxburghshire in the Borders by the second baronet is accompanied by his being made a judge, and by the expansion of his interests in music and rural affairs. Two of three successful marriages among his offspring were then to greatly influence the family's ascendancy from the gentry to the lower ranks of the aristocracy. Key to this was the eventual third baronet who became a politician and a literary patron, and his elder sister Eleanor who was to live the first part of her married life in America. Between them they had at least seventeen children, including an admiral, an army captain, the governor of New York, and a woman poet. A third union between the fourth baronet's sister and William Eden, who was a friend of Pitt the Younger, government minister and diplomat at the time of the American War of Independence, cemented the family's association with the Eden family. Although a social history of the family and several biographies or essays about two or three senior Elliots exist, little has been revealed till now about the fascinating lives of its younger members or the family in the round. The Rise of the Elliots of Minto provides a warm and perceptive glimpse into the life of a far-from-rich aristocratic family, as well as a picture of what the populace at large endured. The lid is lifted a little further on both the conventional and non-conventional in eighteenth-century society, where adventure and death were partners.

OCR A Level History: The French Revolution and the rule of Napoleon 1774-1815 (Paperback): Mike Wells OCR A Level History: The French Revolution and the rule of Napoleon 1774-1815 (Paperback)
Mike Wells
R599 Discovery Miles 5 990 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Exam board: OCR Level: A Level Subject: History First teaching: September 2015 First exams: AS: Summer 2016, A Level: Summer 2017 An OCR endorsed resource Successfully cover Unit Group 2 with the right amount of depth and pace. This bespoke series from the leading History publisher follows our proven and popular approach for OCR A Level, blending clear course coverage with focused activities and comprehensive assessment support. - Develops understanding of the period through an accessible narrative that is tailored to the specification content and structured around key questions for each topic - Builds the skills required for Unit Group 2, from explanation, assessment and analysis to the ability to make substantiated judgements - Enables students to consolidate and extend their topic knowledge with a range of activities suitable for classwork or homework - Helps students achieve their best by providing step-by-step assessment guidance and practice questions - Facilitates revision with useful summaries at the start and end of each chapter - Ensures that students understand key historical terms and concepts by defining them in the glossary

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