History:United States
Author: James Royal Fox Jr
Format: Paperback
Pages: 404
Paperback Price: $22.95
In 1852, Ephraim Fox found himself racing at the leading edge of a stream of humanity stricken by Cholera. At that point, the only thing more important to Ephraim Fox than moving beyond his past, was getting his family to Oregon, alive.
Author: Stephen Chapin Kinnaman
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 580
Hardcover Price: $47.00
James Dunwoody Bulloch’s central place in history rests on his Civil War era achievements as a secret agent of the Confederate States Navy in Europe. Captain Bulloch presents the full story of the life and times of this most remarkable man.
Author: Elton B. Klibanoff
Formats: Paperback | Hardcover
Pages: 386
Paperback Price: $20.95
Hardcover Price: $34.95
The book describes how Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Monroe, Lincoln, Wilson, and Franklin Roosevelt were critical builders of American liberty and essential to its survival.
Author: Susan Snow Lukesh
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 188
Ebook Price: $3.99
Paperback Price: $18.95
In Frozen in Time, Susan Snow Lukesh takes a mid-nineteenth century photo album from New Bedford, Massachusetts, created against the almost unmentioned backdrop of the Civil War, offering details of daily living, marrying, working, and dying.
Author: Robert P. Moore
Format: Paperback
Pages: 156
Paperback Price: $23.95
This is the story of a World War II escape and rescue of Allied airmen shot down over German-occupied Yugoslavia. It was Moore’s first mission, in an unfamiliar aircraft, with a crew he had met only moments before take-off.
Author: Robert J. Moore
Format: Paperback
Pages: 304
Paperback Price: $21.95
Mt. Horeb, WI and the Civilian Conservation Corps became part of an unlikely partnership that saved critical farmland, and at the same time provided desperately-needed employment to hundreds of eager young men during the Great Depression.
Author: James Royal Fox Jr
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 354
Ebook Price: $4.99
Paperback Price: $20.95
Little is documented about the life of Benjamin K Fox. As it turns out, he was a man that had much to hide. When he died he probably thought his secrets died with him. And they did, until now.
Author: John Brackman
Formats: Ebook | Paperback | Hardcover
Pages: 324
Ebook Price: $2.99
Paperback Price: $26.95
Hardcover Price: $32.95
January 1860 through April 1861 will prove to be momentous for the country. The Democrat Party will split in two, a new President will have been elected that does not support slavery expansion into the territories and one state will have created a Constitutional crisis by seceding from the Union. And the local newspapers cover the house dividing.
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