Recent Published Works
Graveled Ways, by John McIlvain.
The Kooya Stone, by Adam Bryant Chittenden.
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups: The Untold Story, by Andrew R. Reese.
The Weight of Coal and Lace, by Colleen Tierney.
The Great Western Trail, by James Mayberger.
Jump the Kennebec, by Paul Kalkstein.
Into the Unknown: The Remarkable Life of Hans Kraus, by Susan E.B. Schwartz.
Lost Hunters, by Deanne Devine.
Live Armadillos, by Deanne Devine.
The Best Friend's Book of Weight Loss, by Alicia Garrett Cathell.
Revolutions in World History, by Michael Richards.
Cataract Canyon: A Human and Environmental History of the Rivers in Canyonlands, by Robert H. Webb, Jayne Belnap, and John S. Weisheit.
The Wayfarers, by Stuart Tower.
The 1912 Election and the Power of Progressivism, by Brett Flehinger.
Sailors, Slackers and Blind Pigs: Halifax at War, by Stephen Kimber.
César Chávez, by Richard W. Etulain.
The Scopes Trial, by Jeffrey P. Moran.
The Making of the West: Peoples and Cultures, All Volumes, by Lynn Hunt, Thomas R. Martin, Ronnie Po-Chia Hsia, Barbara H. Rosenwein, and Bonnie G. Smith.
Spartacus and the Slave Wars, by Brent D. Shaw.
American Firsthand, by Robert D. Marcus and David Burner.
Creating an American Culture, 1775-1800, by Eve Kornfeld.
Common Sense and Related Writings by Thomas Paine, by Thomas Slaughter.
Sweet Land of Liberty, by Frank Fox.
Louis XIV and Absolutism, by William Beik.
The Jesuit Relations: Natives and Missionaries in Seventeenth-Century North America, by Allan Greer.
The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels, by John E. Toews.
The Trial of Mary Queen of Scots, by Jayne Elizabeth Lewis.
Utopia by Sir Thomas More, by David Harris Sacks.
France and the Dreyfus Affair, by Michael Burns.
The South in the History of the Nation, by William A. Link and Marjorie Spruill Wheeler.
America Views the Holocaust, 1933-1945, by Robert H. Abzug.
Pearl Harbor and the Coming of the Pacific War, by Akira Iriye.
What Did the Constitution Mean to Early Americans?, by Edward Countryman.
How Did American Slavery Begin?, by Edward Countryman.
Does the Frontier Experience Make America Exceptional?, by Richard W. Etulain.