American History

JFK: A Vision for America in Words and Pictures Stephen Kennedy Smith and Douglas Brinkley

JFK: A VISION FOR AMERICA IN WORDS AND PICTURES is a unique compilation of private family pictures and personal observations by nephew Stephen Kennedy Smith and previously unreported accounts by noted historian Douglas Brinkley.

 

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Obama: An Intimate Portrait Pete Souza

OBAMA: AN INTIMATE PORTRAIT is a gorgeous keepsake with 352 photos, many never before published. Each is printed on heavy matte art and protected by gloss varnish. There is also a separate 8 x 10 portrait of the president suitable for framing. Pete Souza took over two million shots before selecting these best of the best. This treasure...

Young Washington Peter Stark

YOUNG WASHINGTON is a smart and enthralling history of the legendary American general and statesman. Here is George Washington's...

Behind the Magic Curtain: Secrets, Spies, and Unsung White Allies of Birmingham's Civil Rights Days T. K. Thorne

BEHIND THE MAGIC CURTAIN: SECRETS, SPIES, AND UNSUNG WHITE ALLIES OF BIRMINGHAM'S CIVIL RIGHTS DAYS reveals never-before-told names, deeds, and places involved in the Civil Rights struggle at the birthplace of much of the fight. Award-winninng author and former Birmingham Police Captain T.K. Thorne spent ten years...

The Pacific War Trilogy Ian W. Toll

THE PACIFIC WAR TRILOGY is a prize-winning and best-selling trilogy that is the first complete history of the Pacific War in more than twenty-five years, and the first multivolume history of the Pacific naval war in over fifty years. Remarkably insightful and masterfully written, this is the new definitive history of...

Demagogue: The Life and Long Shadow of Senator Joe McCarthy Larry Tye

DEMAGOGUE is a masterful portrait of Senator Joseph McCarthy, who led the Red Scare to uproot a...

Countdown 1945: The Extraordinary Story of the Atomic Bomb and the 116 Days That Changed the World Chris Wallace

COUNTDOWN 1945 begins on April 12, 1945, the day of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's death, and follows the new president Harry Truman as he winds down the war in Europe and wrestles with the newly discovered knowledge of the atomic bomb. Over the 116 days between FDR's passing and the end of the war in Japan, Wallace...

Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents Isabel Wilkerson

Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents is a brilliant portrait of the hidden system that has shaped our country. This deeply researched narrative allows the reader to easily grasp the rigid hierachy of human rankings. The book also delves into how the Nazis studied America's plan of outcasting Jews and Blacks. In...