Jean H. Baker - Biography & Autobiography - 2006 - 288 pages
Interweaving their private lives with their public achievements, Baker presents each of these five revolutionary women in three dimensions, humanized and marvelously approachable.
Chris Dixon - History - 1997 - 322 pages
For three turbulent decades before the outbreak of the Civil War, radical abolitionists labored to reform American society. Some carried the struggle beyond the public crusade ...
Westerners. Potomac Corral - History - 1966 - 336 pages
From 1832 to 1891 the states from the Great Lakes west to Oregon and south to Mexico saw scenes of massacre, bloody rout, amabush, fire, and pillage as the great Indian tribes ...
Dale Lowell Morgan - History - 1964 - 458 pages
In 1822, before Jedediah Smith entered the West, it was largely an unknown land, “a wilderness,” he wrote, “of two thousand miles diameter.” During his nine years as a trapper ...
Kristina Harris - Photography - 2002 - 88 pages
Vintage photographs depict girls playing dress-up in their mothers' clothes, a boy dressed in Little Lord Fauntleroy style, and scores of other representative portraits. Captions.