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Spirit in the Rock

by Joseph S. Pete

Compton skillfully brings to life a fierce fight on the frontier. Jim Compton’s "Spirit in the Rock" tells the captivating story of the Modoc War, the most expensive Indian conflict in American history. This well-researched book by a... Read More

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Women of Honor

by Meg Nola

Almost unnervingly detailed, "Women of Honor" recounts grim and humorous tales of the women caught up in mafia life. "Women of Honor" takes a penetrating look at how a notorious criminal syndicate ensnares the wives, mothers, and... Read More

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America Invaded

by Susan Waggoner

"America Invaded" is a fun jumping-off point for discussions about history. "America Invaded" by Christopher Kelly and Stuart Laycock offers an intriguing tour of past conflicts waged on American soil, from the Atlantic to the Pacific.... Read More

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The Suffragents

by Susan Waggoner

Kroeger provides a nearly minute-by-minute account of organized men’s participation in the fight for women’s suffrage. Brooke Kroeger’s massively researched history, The Suffragents: How Women Used Men to Get the Vote, chronicles... Read More

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True Sex

by Amanda Adams

Dynamic, compelling, and wholly original, "True Sex" is an invaluable addition to LGBTQ studies. Emily Skidmore’s True Sex: The Lives of Trans Men at the Turn of the Twentieth Century is a fascinating addition to LGBTQ historical... Read More

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The Vél d'Hiv Raid

by Matt Sutherland

Rare and invaluable is the writer who can address a topic that can’t possibly withstand further scrutiny—oh please, not again—only to produce a brilliantly original, insight-filled manifesto. Maurice Rajsfus pulls off that exact... Read More

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