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Breve storia di Palermo

by Giuseppe Quatriglio

Tracciare la storia di Palermo significa intraprendere un viaggio nel tempo che, attraverso i millenni, permette di ricostruire le vicende di una città che, pur tra alterne fortune, ha sempre mantenuto il suo...

100 Years of Memories: Woman's Club of Stuart

by Reba E. Shepard

On 14 October 1913, 29 women met to form a Club. A year later, the town of Stuart was established and they became the Woman's Club of Stuart. They met on Wednesday because on Monday they washed, Tuesday they...

Countess Daisy

by Arne Handberg Jakobsen

A historical novel about the young Danish Countess' dramatic life, which brought her to St. John in the Danish West Indies to grow coffee like her cousin Karen Blixen did in Kenya.

Officers' Handbook

by United States Maritime Service

US Maritime Service Officers' Handbook originally published in 1944 detailing service etiquette and customs, commission requirements, rank insignia, uniform wear and care, decorations and regulations for their...

The Cathar Prophecy

by Mark Griffin

They had no holy book, they had no church, they worshipped in fields and forests, men and women were treated as equals, and though they were known as 'perfects', the Cathars were hunted to extinction in the...

A History of Deeds Done Beyond the Sea

by William Tyre

William's great work is a Latin chronicle, written between 1170 and 1184. It contains twenty-three books; the final book, which deals with the events of 1183 and the beginning of 1184, has only a prologue and...

Slavery In Eastern Kentucky

by Marlitta H. Perkins

On the surface, slavery never seemed to play a large role in Eastern Kentucky, which has led to the impression over the years that it was almost non-existent. A closer look at numerous surviving records however...

Full Circle: Death and Resurrection In Canadian Conservative Politics

by Bob Plamondon

Full Circle tells the dramatic story of how the Canadian conservative movement was fractured in the 1990s and how it was restored to glory and was returned to power in 2006. It recounts the humiliating defeat...

The Negro

by W. E. B. Du Bois & Robert Gregg

A classic rediscovered.

Black Skin in the Middle Ages / La Peau noire au Moyen Âge

by Agostino Paravicini Bagliani, Benjamin Braude, Anne Grondeux & Philippe Mudry et al.

A. Paravicini Bagliani, Preface - B. Braude, Black Skin/White Skin in Ancient Greece and the Near East - A. Grondeux, Cutis ou pellis: les dénominations médiolatines de la peau humaine - P. Mudry, La peau...

The Worst World Disasters of All Time

by Kevin Baker & Jayne Baker

The Worst World Disasters of All Time is an overview of the most terrible disaster events in recorded history.

Caution: Because of the nature of this book, some readers may find some of the content and pictures...

Larmenius Charter

by Knights Templar Vault

The Larmenius Charter or Carta Transmissionis ("Charter of Transmission") is a manuscript that supposedly demonstrates a connection between Freemasonry and the Knights Templar. Original Latin text with translation....

The Settlers' Empire: Colonialism and State Formation in America's Old Northwest

by Bethel Saler

The Settlers' Empire examines the peculiar status of the young United States as a postcolonial republic with its own domestic empire by looking at where these dual political responsibilities inevitably collided—in...

American Gandhi: A. J. Muste and the History of Radicalism in the Twentieth Century

by Leilah Danielson

American Gandhi traces the evolving political and religious views of one of the most beloved figures of the American left. Through A. J. Muste's exemplary career as a peace activist and radical, Leilah Danielson...

Learning to Die in London, 1380-1540

by Amy Appleford

Learning to Die in London, 1380-1540 argues that the educated awareness of death and mortality was a vital aspect of the city's civic culture, critical not only to the shaping of single lives and the management...

Lenape Country: Delaware Valley Society Before William Penn

by Jean R. Soderlund

Lenape Country is a sweeping narrative history of Lenape Indian encounters with European settlers in the Delaware Valley in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.

Amintiri din  România socialista

by Dr. Gheorghe Rafael-Stefanescu

Autorul isi aminteste de perioada razboiului, ocupatia sovietica, instaurarea si consolidarea regimului comunist pâna la prabusirea României socialiste. Lectura recomandata celor care au tr?it "Epoca de aur",...

The Life of Benjamin Franklin, Volume 3: Soldier, Scientist, and Politician, 1748-1757

by J. A. Leo Lemay

Volume 3 of the acclaimed biography narrates Franklin's growth from printer to public-spirited politician, soldier, and patriot.

California's Gold Rush Bandito!: True Stories of Joaquin Murrieta

by Kelley Cadwallader

True stories of the Legendary Master Bandit of the Gold Rush Era, and his notorious gang members as they terrorize the immigrant miners throughout California. What were the true motivating factors of these ruthless...

The Sword of Combat

by Rob Runacres & Thibault Ghesquiere

In the 17th century Italy was the place to learn the art of the sword. Travellers visited training salles and across Europe Italian works on fencing were translated and Italian schools sprang up. France was...