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The Hope of Another Spring

by Matt Sutherland

What is American history other than a record of stuff that happened somehow related to the people and places of this country. Everything in the past is history, and no matter how insignificant, it factors into the character and identity... Read More

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Last Man Standing

by Gary Presley

"Last Man Standing" is a thoughtful and exhaustive account of the life of Mort Sahl. With Last Man Standing, James Curtis offers a comprehensive and generally admiring biography of Mort Sahl, a stand-up comedian who brought the... Read More

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Yellowstone National Park

by Kristine Morris

Photojournalist Bradly Boner, who has spent almost two decades documenting some of the most culturally rich corners of the American landscape, first felt the power of Yellowstone at the age of ten, on a family trip that was to mark him... Read More

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Inventing Loreta Velasquez

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Loreta Velazquez, cross-dresser and alleged soldier for the Confederacy, fascinated people in her own time and birthed a legend that still generates interest today. Civil War scholar William C. Davis writes Inventing Loreta Velazquez... Read More

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Ernst Kantorowicz

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Ernst Kantorowicz, son of a wealthy German Jewish liqueur manufacturing family, aesthete, intellectual, confirmed bachelor, active bisexual, and groundbreaking medievalist, is a contentious figure, even within Robert E. Lerner’s Ernst... Read More

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The Protectors

by Matt Sutherland

Law and order, peace and prosperity, these are key elements of that fragile thing called civilization. Here in the US of A, few among us have experienced anything but, and most of the heavy lifting of a functioning society is borne by... Read More

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In Our Own Hands

by Melissa Wuske

This is an invaluable, pioneering volume of scholarship on Deaf history and culture. In Our Own Hands: Essays in Deaf History, 1780-1970, edited by Brian H. Greenwald and Joseph J. Murray, gives voice to nearly two centuries of struggle... Read More

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The French Resistance

by Scott Neuffer

The new English translation of Oliver Wieviorka’s "The French Resistance" is a hefty, commodious volume allowing for the full breadth of the author’s sophisticated scholarship. This is not a one-sided account of the French resistance... Read More

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