|Ghosts of Eden Park: The Bootleg King, the Women Who Pursued Him, and the Murder That Shocked Jazz-Age America||Karen Abbott||
THE GHOSTS OF EDEN PARK is an expertly written and researched account of the life and crimes of George Remus, one of the first and most successful bootleggers during the Prohibition era. Called "The King of Bootleggers" and at one time controlling 35 percent of the liquor in the United States. Abbott chronicles his...
|John Adams Under Fire: The Founding Father's Fight for Justice in the Boston Massacre Murder Trial||Dan Abrams||
JOHN ADAMS UNDER FIRE follows the aftermath of the Boston Massacre, where British soldier fired on civilians in Boston in 1770, which many believe to be the first shots fired in the American Revolution. Despite the outcry from his fellow patriots, the young lawyer John Adams vowed that the soldiers would receive a fair...
|Every Drop of Blood: The Momentous Second Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln||Edward Achorn||
EVERY DROP OF BLOOD is a spellbinding account of Lincoln's second and final inaguration, which...
|All the Powers of Earth: The Political Life of Abraham Lincoln Vol. III, 1856-1860||Sidney Blumenthal||
A SELF-MADE MAN 1809 - 1849: THE POLITICAL LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN covers The Great Emancipator's...
|The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea||Jack Davis||
THE GULF is the definitive history of the Gulf of Mexico, from its prehistoric formation to the cultures that have populated it to this day. In 2018, it was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for History.
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|The Allies: Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin, and the Unlikely Alliance That Won World War II||Winston Groom||
THE ALLIES is historian Winston Groom's account of the unlikely alliance between Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin, who despite their vast differences in style and philosophy, managed to lead the Allied powers to victory in World War II.
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|Franklin & Washington: The Founding Partnership||Edward J. Larson||
FRANKLIN & WASHINGTON illuminates the partnership of Benjamin Franklin and George Washington, two very different men who perhaps did the most to shape America's image and ideas. Brilliantly written and researched, Larson illustrates how Franklin and Washington worked together and separately to form the country's...
|No Place Like Home: An Architectural Study of Auburn, Alabama - The First 150 Years||Emily Sparrow||
NO PLACE LIKE HOME examines the beautiful structures that make up the architectural history of Auburn, from the historical churches, the old businesses and homes, and of course the mighty buildings that make up Auburn's campus. Anchored by a strong sense of place, No Place Like Home will inspire readers to a...