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Pennsylvania Scrapple - A Delectable History (Paperback): Amy Strauss Pennsylvania Scrapple - A Delectable History (Paperback)
Amy Strauss
R508 R408 Discovery Miles 4 080 Save R100 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Searching for the Roanoke Colonies - An Interdisciplinary Collection (Paperback): Thomas E. Shields, Charles R. Ewen Searching for the Roanoke Colonies - An Interdisciplinary Collection (Paperback)
Thomas E. Shields, Charles R. Ewen
R306 R256 Discovery Miles 2 560 Save R50 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The North Carolina Century - Tar Heels Who Made a Difference, 1900-2000 (Hardcover, New edition): Marion A Ellis The North Carolina Century - Tar Heels Who Made a Difference, 1900-2000 (Hardcover, New edition)
Marion A Ellis
R1,341 R1,051 Discovery Miles 10 510 Save R290 (22%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

North Carolinlans who shaped life in the state; This collection profiles the people who helped shape life in North Carolina in the twentieth century. It includes 160 biographical sketches of Tar Heels who made a difference, highlighting their accomplishments in the areas of agriculture, the arts, business, education, law, media, politics, popular culture, public service, religion, social movements, and sports. Some of those profiled are familiar because of their prominence in public life - Thomas Wolfe, John Hope Franklin, Doris Betts, Jesse Helms, Doc Watson, and Richard Petty, for example. Others are less well known today but made contributions that deserve to be remembered: James E. Shepard, founder of what is now North Carolina Central University; Ellen Winston, the first U.S. Commissioner of Welfare; and former state Supreme Court Justice Henry Frye, the first African American elected to the General Assembly in the twentieth century. All had a hand in shaping North Carolina between 1900 and 2000, a period during which the state emerged from the aftermath of the Civil War and became a model for development and progressive movements across the South.

Digging New Jersey's Past - Historical Archaeology in the Garden State (Paperback): Richard Viet Digging New Jersey's Past - Historical Archaeology in the Garden State (Paperback)
Richard Viet
R820 Discovery Miles 8 200 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

When people think of archaeology, they commonly think of unearthing the remains of ancient civilizations in Egypt, Greece, Rome, Central or South America. But some fascinating history can be found in your own New Jersey backyard -- if you know where to look.

Richard Veit takes readers on a well-organized guided tour through four hundred years of Garden State development as seen through archaeology in Digging New Jersey's Past. This illustrated guidebook takes readers to some of the state's most interesting buried treasures and tells us what has been learned or is being learned from them. The diverse array of archaeological digs, drawn from all parts of the state, includes a seventeenth-century Dutch trading post, the site of the Battle of Monmouth, the gravemarkers of freed slaves, and a 1920s railroad roundhouse, among others.

Veit begins with an explanation of the basic techniques used by historical archaeologists. He explains how they know where to dig and what sites are likely to yield important information. He then describes excavation techniques: How do archaeologists go about excavating a site? What happens to artifacts after they have been removed? How are they cataloged, stored, and interpreted?

The book then moves through the state's history, from the contact of first peoples and explorers, to colonial homesteads, the Revolutionary War battlefields, cemeteries, canals and railroads, factories and laboratories of early inventors. Such excavations help us to better understand poorly documented historical episodes, the lives of disenfranchised people, and the realities of day-to-day life in the past. Veit concludes with some thoughts about the future of archaeologicalresearch in New Jersey and with suggestions on ways that interested individuals can become involved in the field.

Witchcraft in Illinois - A Cultural History (Paperback): Michael A. Kleen Witchcraft in Illinois - A Cultural History (Paperback)
Michael A. Kleen
R525 R425 Discovery Miles 4 250 Save R100 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
One Mighty and Irresistible Tide - The Epic Struggle Over American Immigration, 1924-1965 (Hardcover): Jia Lynn Yang One Mighty and Irresistible Tide - The Epic Struggle Over American Immigration, 1924-1965 (Hardcover)
Jia Lynn Yang
R645 R515 Discovery Miles 5 150 Save R130 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The idea of the United States as a nation of immigrants has been at the core of the American narrative. But in 1924, Congress instituted a law that choked off large-scale immigration for decades, sharply curtailing arrivals from southern and eastern Europe and banning those from Asia. In a riveting narrative with a fascinating cast of characters, Jia Lynn Yang recounts how lawmakers, activists and presidents worked relentlessly for the next forty years-through a world war, a global refugee crisis and McCarthyist fever-to abolish the 1924 law. The 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act, one of the most transformative laws in the country's history, ended the system of racial biases and opened the door to non-white migration at levels never seen before-changing America in ways that those who debated it could hardly have imagined.

Historic Crimes of Long Island - Misdeeds from the 1600s to the 1950s (Paperback): Kerriann Flanagan Brosky Historic Crimes of Long Island - Misdeeds from the 1600s to the 1950s (Paperback)
Kerriann Flanagan Brosky; Foreword by Joan Harrison
R510 R411 Discovery Miles 4 110 Save R99 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Secret Genesis of Area 51 (Paperback): T.D. Barnes The Secret Genesis of Area 51 (Paperback)
T.D. Barnes
R525 R425 Discovery Miles 4 250 Save R100 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Adventures of the Mountain Men - True Tales of Hunting, Trapping, Fighting, Adventure, and Survival (Paperback): Stephen... The Adventures of the Mountain Men - True Tales of Hunting, Trapping, Fighting, Adventure, and Survival (Paperback)
Stephen Brennan
R409 R335 Discovery Miles 3 350 Save R74 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Incredible stories from those who thrived in the Wild West. The "mountain men" were the hunters and trappers who fiercely strode the Rocky Mountains in the early to mid-1800s. They braved the elements in search of the skins of beavers and other wild animals, to sell or barter for goods. The lifestyle of the mountain men could be harsh, existing as they did among animals, and spending most of their days and nights living and camping out in the great unexplored wilds of the Rockies. Life outdoors presented many threats, not least among them Native Americans, who were hostile to the mountain men encroaching on the area for their own purposes. For a certain kind of pioneer, this risk and more were outweighed by the benefits of living free, without the restrictions and boundaries of "civilized" settlements. Included in this collection are tales from great writers, including: Washington Irving Stanley Vestal Osborne Russell Francis Parkman Jr. And many more! In The Adventures of the Mountain Men, New York Times bestselling author Stephen Brennan has compiled many of the best stories about the mountain men the most daring exploits, the death-defying chances taken to hunt big game, the clashes with the arrows of Native Americans, and also the moments when the men were struck by the incomparable beauty of the unsullied, majestic Rocky Mountains.

A Mountain View - Childhood Summers on Upper Saranac Lake (Hardcover, 1st ed): Lewis Spence A Mountain View - Childhood Summers on Upper Saranac Lake (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Lewis Spence
R627 R497 Discovery Miles 4 970 Save R130 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A colorful portrait of a vanished time and a way of life filled with many memorable characters. As a child in the 1930s, Spence spent several summers on Upper Saranac Lake, over which his imperious blue-blooded Kentucky grandfather presided. Using his grandfather as a focal point, the author depicts the construction, decor and lifestyle associated with the great camps. While his grandfather indulged a life of patrician arrogance by recasting his ancestors as Civil War heroes and cultivating the local elite, Bud, the young scion of his line, took up more practical pursuits. His tutor was the camp's handyman and erstwhile guide, an uncouth Swede who relished profanity and waged daily battles with a tin boat.

Rearing Wolves to Our Own Destruction - Slavery in Richmond, Virginia, 1782-1865 (Paperback, New edition): Midori Takagi Rearing Wolves to Our Own Destruction - Slavery in Richmond, Virginia, 1782-1865 (Paperback, New edition)
Midori Takagi
R629 Discovery Miles 6 290 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

RICHMOND WAS NOT only the capital of Virginia and of the Confederacy; it was also one of the most industrialized cities south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Boasting ironworks, tobacco processing plants, and flour mills, the city by 1860 drew half of its male workforce from the local slave population. "Rearing Wolves to Our Own Destruction" examines this unusual urban labor system from 1782 until the end of the Civil War. Many urban bondsmen and women were hired to businesses rather than working directly for their owners. As a result, they frequently had the opportunity to negotiate their own contracts, to live alone, and to keep a portion of their wages in cash. Working conditions in industrial Richmond enabled African-American men and women to build a community organized around family networks, black churches, segregated neighborhoods, secret societies, and aid organizations. Through these institutions, Takagi demonstrates, slaves were able to educate themselves and to develop their political awareness. They also came to expect a degree of control over their labor and lives. Richmond's urban slave system offered blacks a level of economic and emotional support not usually available to plantation slaves. "Rearing Wolves to Our Own Destruction "offers a valuable portrait of urban slavery in an individual city that raises questions about the adaptability of slavery as an institution to an urban setting and, more importantly, the ways in which slaves were able to turn urban working conditions to their own advantage.

The Pleasure Gardens of Virginia - From Jamestown to Jefferson (Paperback, New edition): Peter Martin The Pleasure Gardens of Virginia - From Jamestown to Jefferson (Paperback, New edition)
Peter Martin
R942 Discovery Miles 9 420 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Using a rich assortment of illustrations and biographical sketches, Peter Martin relates the experiences of colonial gardeners who shaped the natural beauty of Virginia's wilderness into varied displays of elegance. He shows that ornamental gardening was a scientific, aesthetic, and cultural enterprise that thoroughly engaged some of the leading figures of the period, including the British governors at Williamsburg and the great plantation owners George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, William Byrd, and John Custis. In presenting accounts of their gardening efforts, Martin reveals the intricacies of colonial garden design, plant searches, and experimentation, as well as the problems in adapting European landscaping ideas to local climate. The Pleasure Gardens of Virginia also brings to life the social and commercial interaction between Williamsburg and the plantations, and examines early American ideas about gracious living.

While placing Virginia's garden tradition within the larger context of that of the colonial South, Martin tells a very human story of how this art both influenced and reflected the quality of colonial life. As Virginia grew economically and culturally, the garden became a projection of the gardener's personal identity, as exemplified by the endeavors of Washington at Mount Vernon and Jefferson at Monticello. Martin draws upon both pictorial representations and the findings of modern archaeological excavations in order to recapture the gardens as they existed in colonial times.

Connecticut Rock 'n' Roll - A History (Paperback): Tony Renzoni Connecticut Rock 'n' Roll - A History (Paperback)
Tony Renzoni
R523 R423 Discovery Miles 4 230 Save R100 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Crash of Ruin - American Combat Soldiers in Europe During World War II (Paperback): Peter Schrijvers The Crash of Ruin - American Combat Soldiers in Europe During World War II (Paperback)
Peter Schrijvers
R779 Discovery Miles 7 790 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"This terrifying, remarkable work examines the attitudes, perceptions, and behavior of U.S. fighting men in the Pacific theater during World War II. Imaginatively drawing on letters, diaries, memoirs, military reports, and contemporary psychological assessments, Schrijvers reveals the social, historical, and emotional roots of the peculiarly frenzied and merciless war...this temperate study of murderous fury is among the most unsettling books I've read in years."
--"The Atlantic Monthly"

"One of the most remarkable books I have ever come across. A significant and fascinating contribution to the field. The Crash of Ruin should appeal to a large audience of readers interested in World War II history."
"--Edward M. Coffman, Author of The War to End All Wars: The American Military Experience in World War I"

"The Crash of Ruin offers the reader both intellectual and emotional rewards. . . . Its narrative power makes it a wonderful read."
"--Susan M. Hartmann, The Ohio State University"

"A brilliant contribution to intercultural studies. It imaginatively combines the anew' military history with an older American Studies research and writing technique. Not only will the book attract a wide range of readers, it should also stimulate scholars to adopt this approach to many other topics in cultural studies."


"--William R. Childs, Author of Trucking and the Public Interest"

In the ruined Europe of World War II, American soldiers on the front lines had no eye for breathtaking vistas or romantic settings. The brutality of battle profoundly darkened their perceptions of the Old World. As the only means of international travel for the masses, the military exposedmillions of Americans to a Europe in swift, catastrophic decline.

Drawing on soldiers' diaries, letters, poems, and songs, Peter Schrijvers offers a compelling account of the experiences of U.S. combat ground forces: their struggles with the European terrain and seasons, their confrontations with soldiers, and their often startling encounters with civilians. Schrijvers relays how the GIs became so desensitized and dehumanized that the sight of dead animals often evoked more compassion than the sight of enemy dead.

The Crash of Ruin concludes with a dramatic and moving account of the final Allied offensive into German-held territory and the soldiers' bearing witness to the ultimate symbol of Europe's descent into ruin--the death camps of the Holocaust.

The harrowing experiences of the GIs convinced them that Europe's collapse was not only the result of the war, but also the Old World's deep-seated political cynicism, economic stagnation, and cultural decadence. The soldiers came to believe that the plague of war formed an inseparable part of the Old World's decline and fall.

Running With Pheidippides - Stylianos Kyriakides, The Miracle Marathoner (Hardcover, 1st ed): Nick Tsiotos Running With Pheidippides - Stylianos Kyriakides, The Miracle Marathoner (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Nick Tsiotos
R706 R557 Discovery Miles 5 570 Save R149 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

It is 1946. World War II is over. As the rest of Europe struggles to rebuild itself, Greece--which had bitterly resisted Nazi occupation--is ripped apart by civil war. Thousands are dead or dying of starvation. In the face of such epic disaster, one Greek athlete takes valiant action. This is the true story of Stylianos Kyriakides, champion Greek runner who against all odds entered the 1946 Boston, Marathon, a race he had lost eight years before. Now Kyriakides ran not just to win, but to wake the world to the plight of his people. Although ravaged by hunger, Kyriakides pushed his wracked body to the limits. Boston doctors urged him to quit. "You will die in the streets," they warned. Fueled by dauntless devotion to his countrymen and bolstered by the love of his wife, the runner persevered and triumphed. But winning the marathon was only the first step. With characteristic grit, Kyriakides remained in the United States long enough to raise money, equipment, and medical supplies for his country. A grateful Greece proclaimed him a hero. Nearly one million welcomed him home. Drawing on interviews and unprecedented access to family photos and papers, the authors vividly chronicle the real-life drama of Kyriakides: a runner who raced not for gold or glory, but for the betterment of his people and the survival of his homeland. From the shadowy Berlin Olympics to the dark days of Nazi Greece and its aftermath, Running with Pheidippides speaks vividly of war and deprivation, of athletic competition and camaraderie, of genuine valor in a world bereft of heroes. "For those of us who were young and Greek-American," recalls former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis, "his victory in the 1946 Boston Marathon and the response of so many Americans to his pleas for help for his people was one of the most searing experiences of our young lives."

Ap(r) U.S. History Crash Course, for the 2020 Exam, Book + Online - Get a Higher Score in Less Time (Paperback, 5th Fifth... Ap(r) U.S. History Crash Course, for the 2020 Exam, Book + Online - Get a Higher Score in Less Time (Paperback, 5th Fifth Edition, Revised ed.)
Larry Krieger
R364 R300 Discovery Miles 3 000 Save R64 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Gifts of Pride and Love - Kiowa and Comanche Cradles (Paperback): Barbara Hail Gifts of Pride and Love - Kiowa and Comanche Cradles (Paperback)
Barbara Hail
R720 R572 Discovery Miles 5 720 Save R148 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

With such words, Kiowa and Comanche people express their deep connection to their traditional lattice cradles. Prevalent from 1870 to 1930, these cradles represented a unique, yet extremely practical, art form. These "gifts of pride and love" reflected close networks, which remained intact despite the difficult transition to reservation life, new religions, government boarding schools, and allotment of tribal lands.

This book, a beautiful homage to the artisans who crafted cradleboards, includes a history of the origins of lattice cradles as well as essays by eleven descendants of cradle makers. Forty color and over eighty black-and-white photographs vividly display the creativity and imagination found in these lovingly produced cradles. Reminding people of the Kiowas' and the Comanches' long, arduous struggles to create and maintain a viable identity, the cradles featured in this book connect us to the past.

From Fireplace To Cookstove - Technology and the Domestic Ideal in America (Hardcover, 1st ed): Priscilla J. Brewer From Fireplace To Cookstove - Technology and the Domestic Ideal in America (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Priscilla J. Brewer
R724 R575 Discovery Miles 5 750 Save R149 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

An examination of the development of the first American appliance - the cast iron stove. The stove created a quiet but culturally contested transform of domestic life and sparked important debates about women, industrialization, the definition of social class and the consumer economy.

A History of Nebraska Agriculture: A Life Worth Living (Paperback): Jody L Lamp A History of Nebraska Agriculture: A Life Worth Living (Paperback)
Jody L Lamp
R533 R433 Discovery Miles 4 330 Save R100 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Wicked Columbus, Indiana (Paperback): Paul J Hoffman Wicked Columbus, Indiana (Paperback)
Paul J Hoffman
R510 R411 Discovery Miles 4 110 Save R99 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Dead Presidents - An American Adventure into the Strange Deaths and Surprising Afterlives of Our Nations Leaders (Paperback):... Dead Presidents - An American Adventure into the Strange Deaths and Surprising Afterlives of Our Nations Leaders (Paperback)
Brady Carlson
R374 R304 Discovery Miles 3 040 Save R70 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In Dead Presidents, public radio host and reporter Brady Carlson takes readers on an epic trip to presidential gravesites, monuments, and memorials from sea to shining sea. With an engaging mix of history and contemporary reporting, Carlson explores the death stories of our greatest leaders, and shows that the ways we memorialize our presidents reveal as much about us as they do about the men themselves.

Separated - Inside an American Tragedy (Hardcover): Jacob Soboroff Separated - Inside an American Tragedy (Hardcover)
Jacob Soboroff
R697 R550 Discovery Miles 5 500 Save R147 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

From the award-winning NBC News and MSNBC correspondent comes a powerful and deeply reported journey to lay bare the full truth behind the defining moral crisis of the Trump years: the systematic separation of thousands of desperate migrant families at the US-Mexico border In June 2018, Donald Trump's most notorious decision as president had secretly been in effect for months before most Americans became aware of the astonishing inhumanity being perpetrated by their own government. Jacob Soboroff was among the first journalists to expose this reality after seeing firsthand the living conditions of the children in custody. His influential series of reports ignited public scrutiny that contributed to the president reversing his own policy and earned Soboroff the Cronkite Award for Excellence in Political Broadcast Journalism and, with his colleagues, the 2019 Hillman Prize for Broadcast Journalism. But beyond the headlines, the complete, multilayered story lay untold. How, exactly, had such a humanitarian tragedy-now deemed "torture" by physicians-happened on American soil? Most important, what has been the human experience of those separated children and parents? Soboroff has spent the past two years reporting the many strands of this complex narrative, developing sources from within the Trump administration who share critical details for the first time. He also traces the dramatic odyssey of one separated family from Guatemala, where their lives were threatened by narcos, to seek asylum at the U.S. border, where they were separated-the son ending up in Texas, and the father thousands of miles away, in the Mojave desert of central California. And he joins the heroes who emerged to challenge the policy, and who worked on the ground to reunite parents with children. In this essential reckoning, Soboroff weaves together these key voices with his own experience covering this national issue-at the border in Texas, California, and Arizona; with administration officials in Washington, D.C., and inside the disturbing detention facilities. Separated lays out compassionately, yet in the starkest of terms, its human toll, and makes clear what is at stake in the 2020 presidential election.

World War II Rhode Island (Paperback): Christian McBurney, Brian L Wallin, Patrick T. Conley, John W. Kennedy, Maureen A. Taylor World War II Rhode Island (Paperback)
Christian McBurney, Brian L Wallin, Patrick T. Conley, John W. Kennedy, Maureen A. Taylor
R518 R419 Discovery Miles 4 190 Save R99 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson - History, Memory and Civic Culture (Paperback): Jan Lewis, Peter S. Onuf Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson - History, Memory and Civic Culture (Paperback)
Jan Lewis, Peter S. Onuf
R733 Discovery Miles 7 330 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The publication of DNA test results showing that Thomas Jefferson was probably the father of one of his slave Sally Hemings's children has sparked a broad but often superficial debate. The editors of this volume have assembled some of the most distinguished American historians, including three Pulitzer Prize winners, and other experts on Jefferson, his times, race, and slavery. Their essays reflect the deeper questions the relationship between Hemings and Jefferson has raised about American history and national culture.

The DNA tests would not have been conducted had there not already been strong historical evidence for the possibility of a relationship. As historians from Winthrop D. Jordan to Annette Gordon-Reed have argued, much more is at stake in this liaison than the mere question of paternity: historians must ask themselves if they are prepared to accept the full implications of our complicated racial history, a history powerfully shaped by the institution of slavery and by sex across the color line.

How, for example, does it change our understanding of American history to place Thomas Jefferson in his social context as a plantation owner who fathered white and black families both? What happens when we shift our focus from Jefferson and his white family to Sally Hemings and her children? How do we understand interracial sexual relationships in the early republic and in our own time? Can a renewed exploration of the contradiction between Jefferson's life as a slaveholder and his libertarian views yield a clearer understanding of the great political principles he articulated so eloquently and that Americans cherish? Are there moral or political lessons to be learned from the lives of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings and the way that historians and the public have attempted to explain their liaison?

Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson: History, Memory, and Civic Culture promises an open-ended discussion on the living legacy of slavery and race relations in our national culture.

West Texas - A Portrait of Its People and Their Raw and Wondrous Land (Hardcover): Mike Cochran, John Lumpkin West Texas - A Portrait of Its People and Their Raw and Wondrous Land (Hardcover)
Mike Cochran, John Lumpkin; Foreword by John T. Montford
R852 R673 Discovery Miles 6 730 Save R179 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Big Bend, the Big Country, the Big Empty. The High Plains, the Permian, and the Panhandle. Cowboys, Cowtown, and the curl of a killer tornado. A place where "you can stretch your eyeballs". Where the Hale-Bopp comet, "hardly visible above some smoggy, light-polluted cities, looked like it could drop into the Pecos River at any moment".

West Texas, home to the state's biggest legends, is chronicled by two authors who have spent most of their careers crisscrossing it. Mike Cochran and John Lumpkin, Associated Press journalists, bring their experiences to the pages of this handsome volume, accompanied by fifty photographs of the West Texas landscape, its people and its history.

Converse with West Texas characters like Stanley Marsh 3, conman Billy Sol Estes, and Big Spring's merry messiah, Marj Carpenter. Meet Gordon Wood, Friday night football's most winningest coach, and Groner Pitts, Brownwood's liveliest undertaker. Remember ranching icon Watt Matthews, the founders of Santa Rita No. 1, and Lubbock's C. W. Stubblefield, magnet to blues and country music stars. Honor Hallie Stillwell, Frenchy McCormick, and even modern art's Georgia O'Keeffe, who put their stamp on Texas's most fascinating region.

A West Texan once said, "They show no pictures of my province or even neighboring provinces. They leave a big hole in Texas". No more is that the case, thanks to Mike Cochran and John Lumpkin.

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