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Motoring West - Volume 1: Automobile Pioneers, 1900-1909 (Paperback): Peter J Blodgett Motoring West - Volume 1: Automobile Pioneers, 1900-1909 (Paperback)
Peter J Blodgett
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Do a Teresa Confronts the Spanish Inquisition - A Seventeenth-Century New Mexican Drama (Hardcover, First Edition, New ed.):... Do a Teresa Confronts the Spanish Inquisition - A Seventeenth-Century New Mexican Drama (Hardcover, First Edition, New ed.)
Frances Levine
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Digging New Jersey's Past - Historical Archaeology in the Garden State (Paperback): Richard Viet Digging New Jersey's Past - Historical Archaeology in the Garden State (Paperback)
Richard Viet
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When people think of archaeology, they commonly think of unearthing the remains of ancient civilizations in Egypt, Greece, Rome, Central or South America. But some fascinating history can be found in your own New Jersey backyard -- if you know where to look.

Richard Veit takes readers on a well-organized guided tour through four hundred years of Garden State development as seen through archaeology in Digging New Jersey's Past. This illustrated guidebook takes readers to some of the state's most interesting buried treasures and tells us what has been learned or is being learned from them. The diverse array of archaeological digs, drawn from all parts of the state, includes a seventeenth-century Dutch trading post, the site of the Battle of Monmouth, the gravemarkers of freed slaves, and a 1920s railroad roundhouse, among others.

Veit begins with an explanation of the basic techniques used by historical archaeologists. He explains how they know where to dig and what sites are likely to yield important information. He then describes excavation techniques: How do archaeologists go about excavating a site? What happens to artifacts after they have been removed? How are they cataloged, stored, and interpreted?

The book then moves through the state's history, from the contact of first peoples and explorers, to colonial homesteads, the Revolutionary War battlefields, cemeteries, canals and railroads, factories and laboratories of early inventors. Such excavations help us to better understand poorly documented historical episodes, the lives of disenfranchised people, and the realities of day-to-day life in the past. Veit concludes with some thoughts about the future of archaeologicalresearch in New Jersey and with suggestions on ways that interested individuals can become involved in the field.

An Illustrated History of New Mexico (Paperback, New Ed): Thomas E Chavez An Illustrated History of New Mexico (Paperback, New Ed)
Thomas E Chavez
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Originally published in 1992 and available now only from UNM Press, "An Illustrated History of New Mexico" combines more than two hundred photographs and a concise history to create an engaging, panoramic view of New Mexicos fascinating past. For thousands of years various cultures have filtered into New Mexico, and each has adapted to the land. New Mexico has become a cosmopolitan society of many nationalities and ethnicities, all influenced by those who came before, and all part of a distinctive New Mexican culture that thrives today.

A Mountain View - Childhood Summers on Upper Saranac Lake (Hardcover, 1st ed): Lewis Spence A Mountain View - Childhood Summers on Upper Saranac Lake (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Lewis Spence
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A colorful portrait of a vanished time and a way of life filled with many memorable characters. As a child in the 1930s, Spence spent several summers on Upper Saranac Lake, over which his imperious blue-blooded Kentucky grandfather presided. Using his grandfather as a focal point, the author depicts the construction, decor and lifestyle associated with the great camps. While his grandfather indulged a life of patrician arrogance by recasting his ancestors as Civil War heroes and cultivating the local elite, Bud, the young scion of his line, took up more practical pursuits. His tutor was the camp's handyman and erstwhile guide, an uncouth Swede who relished profanity and waged daily battles with a tin boat.

Running With Pheidippides - Stylianos Kyriakides, The Miracle Marathoner (Hardcover, 1st ed): Nick Tsiotos Running With Pheidippides - Stylianos Kyriakides, The Miracle Marathoner (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Nick Tsiotos
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This text tells the true story of Stylianos Kyriakides who, against all odds, entered and triumphed in the 1946 Boston Marathon. Kyriakides ran not just to win, but to draw the world's attention to his home country, Greece, which had resisted Nazi occupation and was torn apart by civil war.

The Crash of Ruin - American Combat Soldiers in Europe during World War II (Paperback): Peter Schrijvers The Crash of Ruin - American Combat Soldiers in Europe during World War II (Paperback)
Peter Schrijvers
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"This terrifying, remarkable work examines the attitudes, perceptions, and behavior of U.S. fighting men in the Pacific theater during World War II. Imaginatively drawing on letters, diaries, memoirs, military reports, and contemporary psychological assessments, Schrijvers reveals the social, historical, and emotional roots of the peculiarly frenzied and merciless war...this temperate study of murderous fury is among the most unsettling books I've read in years."
--"The Atlantic Monthly"

"One of the most remarkable books I have ever come across. A significant and fascinating contribution to the field. The Crash of Ruin should appeal to a large audience of readers interested in World War II history."
"--Edward M. Coffman, Author of The War to End All Wars: The American Military Experience in World War I"

"The Crash of Ruin offers the reader both intellectual and emotional rewards. . . . Its narrative power makes it a wonderful read."
"--Susan M. Hartmann, The Ohio State University"

"A brilliant contribution to intercultural studies. It imaginatively combines the anew' military history with an older American Studies research and writing technique. Not only will the book attract a wide range of readers, it should also stimulate scholars to adopt this approach to many other topics in cultural studies."


"--William R. Childs, Author of Trucking and the Public Interest"

In the ruined Europe of World War II, American soldiers on the front lines had no eye for breathtaking vistas or romantic settings. The brutality of battle profoundly darkened their perceptions of the Old World. As the only means of international travel for the masses, the military exposedmillions of Americans to a Europe in swift, catastrophic decline.

Drawing on soldiers' diaries, letters, poems, and songs, Peter Schrijvers offers a compelling account of the experiences of U.S. combat ground forces: their struggles with the European terrain and seasons, their confrontations with soldiers, and their often startling encounters with civilians. Schrijvers relays how the GIs became so desensitized and dehumanized that the sight of dead animals often evoked more compassion than the sight of enemy dead.

The Crash of Ruin concludes with a dramatic and moving account of the final Allied offensive into German-held territory and the soldiers' bearing witness to the ultimate symbol of Europe's descent into ruin--the death camps of the Holocaust.

The harrowing experiences of the GIs convinced them that Europe's collapse was not only the result of the war, but also the Old World's deep-seated political cynicism, economic stagnation, and cultural decadence. The soldiers came to believe that the plague of war formed an inseparable part of the Old World's decline and fall.

Caribbean Studies for CAPE - A CXC Study Guide (Mixed media product, New edition): Jason Sammy, Nardia Johnson, Recardo... Caribbean Studies for CAPE - A CXC Study Guide (Mixed media product, New edition)
Jason Sammy, Nardia Johnson, Recardo Valentine
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Written by an experienced team comprising of experts in the CAPE Caribbean Studies syllabus and examination, and teachers, this Study Guide covers elements of the syllabus you must know in an easy-to-use double-page format. Each topic begins with the key learning outcomes from the syllabus and contains a range of features designed to enhance your study of the subject.

All But the Waltz - A Memoir of Five Generations in the Life of a Montana Family (Paperback): Mary Clearman Blew All But the Waltz - A Memoir of Five Generations in the Life of a Montana Family (Paperback)
Mary Clearman Blew
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In language reminiscent of the wild beauty of Big Sky Country, the author gives readers a glimpse into the lives of her family as she traces their connection to Montana's natural and human landscape. Beginning with her great-grandparents' arrival in 1882 in Montana--still a territory then--Blew relates the stories that make up her life. Illustrations.

From Slave to Statesman - The Life of Educator, Editor, and Civil Rights Activist Willis M. Carter of Virginia (Hardcover):... From Slave to Statesman - The Life of Educator, Editor, and Civil Rights Activist Willis M. Carter of Virginia (Hardcover)
Robert Heinrich, Deborah Harding; Foreword by Henry Louis Gates Jr
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From Fireplace To Cookstove - Technology and the Domestic Ideal in America (Hardcover, 1st ed): Priscilla J. Brewer From Fireplace To Cookstove - Technology and the Domestic Ideal in America (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Priscilla J. Brewer
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An examination of the development of the first American appliance - the cast iron stove. The stove created a quiet but culturally contested transform of domestic life and sparked important debates about women, industrialization, the definition of social class and the consumer economy.

Fort BASCOM - Comancheros, Soldiers, and Indians in the Canadian River Valley (Hardcover): James Bailey Blackshear Fort BASCOM - Comancheros, Soldiers, and Indians in the Canadian River Valley (Hardcover)
James Bailey Blackshear
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United States Infantry - An Illustrated History, 1775-1918 (Paperback, New edition): Gregory J.W. Urwin United States Infantry - An Illustrated History, 1775-1918 (Paperback, New edition)
Gregory J.W. Urwin
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American infantrymen served their country in the fury of battle with muskets, rifles, bayonets, and bare hands. Gregory J.W. Urwin narrates the history of these men from their colonial origins through the War of 1812, the Mexican War, Civil War, the Indian Wars, the Spanish-American War, and finally to their painful coming of age in 1918, as a world-class combat force on the fields of France in World War I. He describes their strategic and tactical challenges and documents how military leaders responded to changes and implemented new policies. Thirty-two color plates by illustrator Darby Erd accurately depict uniforms, arms, and accoutrements. Eight maps of campaigns and more than one hundred black-and-white illustrations accompany the narrative.

Murder Aboard - The Herbert Fuller Tragedy and the Ordeal of Thomas Bram (Hardcover): C. Michael Hiam Murder Aboard - The Herbert Fuller Tragedy and the Ordeal of Thomas Bram (Hardcover)
C. Michael Hiam
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"An utterly original and gripping story of murder on the high seas." - Sebastian Junger From an author praised by the Wall Street Journal for his "eye for a good story" comes an account of Herbert Fuller tragedy of 1896, a tragedy that occurred on the high seas and one involving the senseless slaughter of three of the twelve souls on board. Stunned by this act of random violence, and in sure knowledge that one or more of their own was the murderer, the living turn the vessel to shore, 750 miles distant. In the nightmarish days and nights of suspense that follow, first one and then another of the remaining nine is seized by others as the culprit. Upon reaching port, however, all are under suspicion-until the man most likely to have committed the act is, for reasons having to do with race, exonerated and the man most likely to be innocent, prosecuted. At the center of this gripping and gruesome story is the first mate Thomas Bram, whose subsequent murder trials became as widely followed by the press and public as was the famous trial of Lizzie Borden just a few years before. Unlike the Borden case, remembered today in books, movies, and children's rhymes, the Bram case was almost lost to the collective memory. Fortunately, C. Michael Hiam, in the manner of Erik Larson, now brings it to life.

The Mysterious Collapse of World Trade Center 7 (Paperback): David Ray Griffin The Mysterious Collapse of World Trade Center 7 (Paperback)
David Ray Griffin
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At 5:21 in the afternoon on 9/11 -- almost seven hours after both the Twin Towers had collapsed -- Building 7 of the World Trade Center also came down, even though it had not been struck by an airplane and had fires on only a few floors. The reason for its collapse was considered a mystery. In August 2008, the official report on WTC 7 was finally released by NIST (the National Institute of Standards and Technology), which declared: 'the reason for the collapse of World Trade Center 7 is no longer a mystery'. The principal author of this report assured the press that 'science is really behind what we have said'. Noting that President Obama has declared that his administration 'will restore science to its rightful place', David Ray Griffin shows that science emphatically does not support the conclusions of NIST's WTC 7 report. He demonstrates that NIST is guilty of the most serious types of scientific fraud: fabricating, falsifying, and ignoring evidence. His study concludes by pointing out that even after all its distortions of fact, the NIST report has still left the world wondering: How could a building brought down by fire -- not explosives -- have come down in free fall?

The Politics of Rage - George Wallace, the Origins of the New Conservatism and the Transformation of American Politics... The Politics of Rage - George Wallace, the Origins of the New Conservatism and the Transformation of American Politics (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Dan T. Carter
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Combining biography with regional and national history, Dan T. Carter chronicles the dramatic rise and fall of George Wallace, a populist who abandoned his ideals to become a national symbol of racism, and later begged for forgiveness. In The Politics of Rage, Carter argues persuasively that the four-time Alabama governor and four-time presidential candidate helped to establish the conservative political movement that put Ronald Reagan in the White House in 1980 and gave Newt Gingrich and the Republicans control of Congress in 1994. In this second edition, Carter updates Wallace's story with a look at the politician's death and the nation's reaction to it and gives a summary of his own sense of the legacy of "the most important loser in twentieth-century American politics".

The Papers, v. 10 - Oct.1863-Aug.1864 (Hardcover, REV ed.): Jefferson Davis The Papers, v. 10 - Oct.1863-Aug.1864 (Hardcover, REV ed.)
Jefferson Davis; Volume editing by Lynda Lasswell Crist, Etc; Introduction by James I. Robertson Jr; Edited by Kenneth H. Willaims, …
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Kenneth H. Williams, Associate Editor
Peggy L. Dillard, Editorial Associate

The autumn of 1863 was a trying time for Jefferson Davis. Even as he expressed unwavering confidence about the eventual success of the Confederate movement, he had to realize that mounting economic problems, low morale, and rotating army leadership were threatening the welfare of the new nation. Less than a year after the October 1863 Confederate victory at Chickamauga, the South relinquished Atlanta to Sherman.

During the tumultuous eleven months chronicled in Volume 10, Davis retained his fervor for southern nationalism as he struggled furiously to command a war and maintain a government. As the letters contained here illustrate, he soldiered bravely on.

West Texas - A Portrait of Its People and Their Raw and Wondrous Land (Hardcover): Mike Cochran, John Lumpkin West Texas - A Portrait of Its People and Their Raw and Wondrous Land (Hardcover)
Mike Cochran, John Lumpkin; Foreword by John T. Montford
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The Big Bend, the Big Country, the Big Empty. The High Plains, the Permian, and the Panhandle. Cowboys, Cowtown, and the curl of a killer tornado. A place where "you can stretch your eyeballs". Where the Hale-Bopp comet, "hardly visible above some smoggy, light-polluted cities, looked like it could drop into the Pecos River at any moment".

West Texas, home to the state's biggest legends, is chronicled by two authors who have spent most of their careers crisscrossing it. Mike Cochran and John Lumpkin, Associated Press journalists, bring their experiences to the pages of this handsome volume, accompanied by fifty photographs of the West Texas landscape, its people and its history.

Converse with West Texas characters like Stanley Marsh 3, conman Billy Sol Estes, and Big Spring's merry messiah, Marj Carpenter. Meet Gordon Wood, Friday night football's most winningest coach, and Groner Pitts, Brownwood's liveliest undertaker. Remember ranching icon Watt Matthews, the founders of Santa Rita No. 1, and Lubbock's C. W. Stubblefield, magnet to blues and country music stars. Honor Hallie Stillwell, Frenchy McCormick, and even modern art's Georgia O'Keeffe, who put their stamp on Texas's most fascinating region.

A West Texan once said, "They show no pictures of my province or even neighboring provinces. They leave a big hole in Texas". No more is that the case, thanks to Mike Cochran and John Lumpkin.

Fidel and Che - The Revolutionary Friendship Between Fidel Castro and Che Guevara (Paperback): Simon Reid-Henry Fidel and Che - The Revolutionary Friendship Between Fidel Castro and Che Guevara (Paperback)
Simon Reid-Henry 1
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FIDEL AND CHE is the story of the remarkable and revolutionary friendship between two of the most iconic figures in 20th century history - Fidel Castro and Ernesto (Che) Guevara. Not yet thirty, Fidel Castro and Ernesto (Che) Guevara met in 1955 while both in exile in Mexico City. Guevara, the Argentine doctor plagued by asthma, had reached the end of the travels he began by motorcycle several years before. Fidel Castro, peasant's son, scholar and rebel, had just fled Cuba, fearing for his life. Over the next twelve years, until Guevara's death in 1967, their journey together would take them from the safe houses of Mexico's political underground, to war in the Cuban mountains and ultimately into the heart of the Cold War. Drawing on extensive research, including declassified material and interviews with key figures in Havana, Moscow and Washington, Simon Reid-Henry uncovers, for the first time, the full story behind the central relationship of the Cuban revolution: their shared revolutionary ambitions, their conflicting personalities, the wilfulness that bound them together and the pressures that would tear them apart. FIDEL AND CHE is set against the tide of revolution that swept across the world during the middle of the twentieth century. It is the story of two men who shared a common dream; who became friends, comrades and brothers-in-arms; and who, finally, would make an epic choice between their friendship and their beliefs.

The Wreck of the Whaleship Essex (Hardcover): Owen Chase, Andre Bernard The Wreck of the Whaleship Essex (Hardcover)
Owen Chase, Andre Bernard
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On the morning of November 20, 1820, in the Pacific Ocean, an enraged sperm whale rammed the Nantucket whaler Essex. As the boat began to sink, her crew of thirty had time only to collect some bread and water before pulling away in three frail open boats. Without charts, alone on the open seas, and thousands of miles from any known land, the sailors began their terrifying journey of survival. Ninety days later, after much suffering and death by starvation, intense heat, and dehydration, only eight men survived to reach land. One of them was Owen Chase, first mate of the ill-fated ship, whose account of the long and perilous journey has become a classic of endurance and human courage. The elements of his tale inspired Herman Melville (who was born the year the Essex sank) to write the classic Moby Dick. A gallant saga of the sea, this riveting narration of life and death, of man against the deep, will enthrall readers.

Religious and Secular Reform in America - Ideas, Beliefs and Social Change (Hardcover): David K. Adams, Cornelius A. Van Minnen Religious and Secular Reform in America - Ideas, Beliefs and Social Change (Hardcover)
David K. Adams, Cornelius A. Van Minnen
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From its earliest days, the United States has provided fertile ground for reform movements to flourish. In this volume, twelve eminent historians assess religious and secular reform in America from the eighteenth century to the present day.

The essays offer a mix of general overviews and specific case studies, addressing such topics as radical religion in New England, leisure in antebellum America, Sabbatarianism, the Women's Christian Temperance Union, and Evangelicalism, social reform, and the U.S. welfare state.

Suitable for students, the essays, each based on original research, will also be of interest to researchers and academics working in this area, as well as to all those with an interest in the history of religious and secular reform in America.

Tejano Legacy - Rancheros and Settlers in South Texas, 1734-1900 (Paperback, 1st ed): Armando C Alonzo Tejano Legacy - Rancheros and Settlers in South Texas, 1734-1900 (Paperback, 1st ed)
Armando C Alonzo
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This is a study of Tejano ranchers and settlers in the Lower Rio Grande Valley from their colonial roots to 1900. The first book to delineate and assess the complexity of Mexican-Anglo interaction in South Texas, it also shows how Tejanos continued to play a leading role in the commercialization of ranching after 1848 and how they maintained a sense of community. Despite shifts in jurisdiction, the tradition of Tejano landholding acted as a stabilizing element and formed an important part of Tejano history and identity. The earliest settlers arrived in the 1730s and established numerous ranchos and six towns along the river. Through a careful study of land and tax records, brands and bills of sale of livestock, wills, population and agricultural censuses, and oral histories, Alonzo shows how Tejanos adapted to change and maintained control of their ranchos through the 1880s, when Anglo encroachment and varying social and economic conditions eroded the bulk of the community's land base.

Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South - The Story of Koinonia Farm (Paperback, New Ed): Tracy Elaine... Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South - The Story of Koinonia Farm (Paperback, New Ed)
Tracy Elaine K'Meyer
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Now available in paperback, Tracy K'Meyer's book is a thoughtful and engaging portrait of Koinonia Farm, an interracial Christian cooperative founded in 1942 by two white Baptist ministers in southwest Georgia. The farm was begun as an expression of radical southern Protestantism, and its interracial nature made it a beacon to early civil rights activists, who rallied to its defense and helped it survive attacks from the Ku Klux Klan and others.

Based on over fifty interviews with current and former Koinonia members, K'Meyer's book provides a history, of the farm during its period of greatest influence. K'Meyer outlines the conceptual flaws that have troubled the community, but she finds that Koinonia's enduring effect as a social movement -- including Millard Fuller's founding of Habitat for Humanity, prompted by a 1965 visit to the farm -- is far more meaningful than its internal conflicts. For anyone in search of a hardy strain of Christian progressivism in the Bible Belt, reading K'Meyer's book is an inspiring and intellectually fulfilling experience in its own right.

Montana's Righteous Hangmen - Vigilantes in Action (Paperback, New edition): Lew L. Callaway Montana's Righteous Hangmen - Vigilantes in Action (Paperback, New edition)
Lew L. Callaway; Edited by Lew L. Callaway Jr; Foreword by Merrill G Burlingame
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This is the story of Montana Territory in the last half of the nineteenth century, when a massive influx of gold seekers brought murderers and robbers into the region and forced the creation of an organization of law-abiding citizens known as the Vigilantes. Led by Captain James Williams, the Vigilantes sought to stop the blatant activities of more than fifty road agents in the Bannack-Virginia City mining area, who were secretly directed and protected by a local sheriff, Henry Plummer. The first instance of taking the law into their own hands occurred when an impromptu group of men captured, tried, and hanged one notorious killer, George Ives. Thereafter, with public approval, the Vigilantes continued to ride across the land, bringing swift retribution to all wrongdoers.

Lew L. Callaway, who grew up knowing Captain Williams as a friend to his father, herein recounts the stories of such famous episodes as the trial of Ives and the controversial capture and hanging of Joseph A. Slade, who was carrying the severed ears of one of his victims in his pocket on the day he was hanged. More than a history of the bloody era that spawned the Vigilantes, this is the story of life in Montana Territory, of gold fever, Indian warfare, and the cattle empire that ended, along with Captain Williams's life, in the disastrous winter of 1887.

Reporting the Cuban Revolution - How Castro Manipulated American Journalists (Hardcover): Leonard Ray Teel Reporting the Cuban Revolution - How Castro Manipulated American Journalists (Hardcover)
Leonard Ray Teel
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