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Battle Carried

by Jeremiah Rood

"Battle Carried" is a coffee table book that’s flush with beautiful images; it tells the stories behind Japanese WWII tiger flags. Michael A. Bortner’s fascinating history text "Battle Carried" covers the Japanese tiger art flags... Read More

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American Tapestry

by Eileen Gonzalez

"American Tapestry" mines family stories for an informative, down-to-earth trek through America’s past. Pat Speth Sherman explores two centuries of American history through the eyes of her ancestors in her generational biography... Read More

Book Review

Stars in Our Eyes

by Karen Rigby

"Stars in Our Eyes" is an eloquent memoir about family lives that were separated by violence. Lee Darby’s memoir "Stars in Our Eyes" is kaleidoscopic as it traces her midcentury childhood and her experiences of grief. Inspired by... Read More

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Sky Rider

by Michelle Anne Schingler

At a time when the West was still wild, an aspiring businessman opened a daring new travelling attraction, with gas balloons capable of carrying humans into the sky. He broke records across the West and, eventually, the world. His feats... Read More

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In the Name of Emmett Till

by Wendy Hinman

"In the Name of Emmett Till" shares the inspiring history of Mississippi’s early civil rights activists. The book opens with a timeline of early civil rights events before it tells the stories of people who were spurred to action by... Read More

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Nazis of Copley Square

by Meg Nola

In "Nazis of Copley Square", Charles R. Gallagher takes a searing look at the Christian Front, an American extremist group that weaponized Catholicism. The organization reached its height of popularity just before World War II. Much like... Read More

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