The school books in India give a different interpretation of History to the students, that is far from truth
This one-volume abridgment of "The Journals of Lewis and Clark" is outstanding in every way. Lewis and Clark convey in their own words the drama, excitement and high adventure of their expedition through the heartland of America and to the Pacific northwest in 1804-1806.
Undaunted Courage by Stephen E. Ambrose is a compelling narrative that interweaves a fascinating biography of Meriwether Lewis with a spellbinding account of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
A true reflection of the hardships and difficulties faced by the Native Americans as they marched the Trail of Tears
This book is one of the classics of history that has never found a wider audience. Less that 200 pages it takes you to a time of Johnson & the Great Fire of London. This always seems to pop up once in a while & transports one to a world before the great famine of 1841
This is a great book that can stick you right in the action of the story.
The thematic ideas of Niccolò Machiavelli’s “The Prince” influence Christopher Marlowe’s plot line in his play, “The Jew of Malta.” Marlowe prioritizes and expands on those themes: The ruler must be a great hypocrite and liar, have a native army, and know the nature of th...
Wollstonecraft sheds light on the fact that women are subjugated into their subordinate position through flattery―innocent, delicate, feminine, and beautiful. Women are praised for their “fair defects” of character and revered as “angels” or “girls,” rather than being c...
To waste time, just read Fever 1793. It is a great book about a dark time in America's history.
Discover how I finally managed to track down a copy of the rare "The Book of Wealth" by Hubert Bancroft! It took me 4 years but it will only take you seconds!