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  • From Bloody Beginnings

    by David R Beasley
    Richard Beasley narrates from when he is five years old in 1766 as witness to the tenant rebellions in New York State followed by the American Revolution when his father Henry Beasley and Uncle Richard Cartwright in Albany, New York, risk their lives through the horrors of the civil war for the loyalist forces. Richard Beasley becomes a commissary at Fort Niagara, from which he observes the war out of Niagara featuring his cousin Richard Cartwright Jr,, secretary to Major John Butler of Butler's... more
  • Who Really Invented the Automobile?

    by David R Beasley
    The automobile was perfected in 1829 and ran well on English roads. Who prevented its development? Was it the railway entrepreneurs? Was it the landed interests? Was it the free-traders? The same interests prevented its development in Europe and in America. Beasley takes you from the beginning through these various factions into the railway and banking conflicts to the 1890's when the automobile is allowed to develop in France. Why was it developed as the petroleum car and why was the steam car ... more
  • Chronicles of a Nation, Founding Fathers, Families, and Patriots

    by Joan Wheeler LaGrone

    Many claim to know what our Founding Fathers wanted for our country, but few have actually examined the documents and even fewer understand the political climate that influenced and shape their decissions. Chronicles of a Nation reads like a novel, illuminating the differences between Washington and Jefferson while giving insight into the lives of our founding families and everyday patriots who contributed to America's philosophy and vision. A story of ho... more

  • Conquistador Voices (Vol. II)

    by Kevin H Siepel

    Conquistador Voices, a two-volume work intended for the general reader, presents the Spanish Conquest of the Americas principally through the voices of those who participated in that historic event. Its goal is to present the full spectrum of the Conquest in very digestible form, with actual first-person narrative as its centerpiece.

    The story is told in five parts, each part featuring a principal actor. In Volume I are described the four voyages of Christopher Columbus and the... more

  • Conquistador Voices (Vol I)

    by Kevin H Siepel

    Conquistador Voices, a two-volume work intended for the general reader, presents the Spanish Conquest of the Americas principally through the voices of those who participated in that historic event. Its goal is to present the full spectrum of the Conquest in very digestible form, with actual first-person narrative as its centerpiece.

    The story is told in five parts, each part featuring a principal actor. In Volume I are described the four voyages of Christopher Columbus and the... more

  • Policing America's Empire - Pax Americana

    by Fred Dungan
    Three years as a Military Policeman maintaining discipline, enforcing the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and protecting American interests in its far-flung empire. I helped to bring about the Pax Americana which followed the end of the Cold War.
  • YHWH Exists

    by Jodell Onstott
    Is Scripture myth or truth? Literature or history? Modern scholars claim that Israel's history as recorded in Scripture never happened. It is simply literature that tells one nation's view of their world. Is this claim accurate? Questions regarding the historical validity of ancient Israel have fueled many academic debates. Yet, most scholars approach Scripture through a preconceived atheism, creed, or dogma that thwarts a wholly evidence-based approach to Scripture. Never before has a bo... more
  • He Gave the Order The Life and Times of Admiral Osami Nagano

    by F. J. Bradley
    Biography of Admiral Osami Nagano, advisor to Emperor Hirohito, who gave the final order to attack Pearl Harbor, thus launching America into World War II. The book profiles Nagano's career and family life up to 1941. Geopolitical events of the time paint the background of Nagano's life and naval career. He died of natural causes while interned during the Tokyo trials in 1947. He escaped judgment.
  • Odin's Child

    by Bruce Macbain
    An old grudge erupts into violence as Odd Tangle-Hair refuses to back down from the men he believes shamed his father and betrayed their heritage by turning away from the old gods in favor of the White Christ. But when the violence escalates and Odd's family bears the brunt of it, he must leave his beloved Iceland behind and find his own way in the world. The golden age of Viking conquest is fading when he takes to the seas with his rag-tag crew, but they will voyage to primitive Lapland, war-to... more
  • Grant Under Fire: An Exposé of Generalship & Character in the American Civil War

    by Joseph A. Rose
    General Ulysses S. Grant has a sterling reputation as an officer and a gentleman, despite his suffering the biggest surprise of the Civil War, committing the worst official act of anti-Semitism on United States soil, and coming closest of all U.S. commanders to losing Washington. Defenders even rank his generalship above Robert E. Lee’s, but to do so, they must ignore his simplistic, pugnacious strategies that led to a war of attrition, as well as his amateurish tactics of impetuous frontal assa... more
  • YHWH Exists

    by Jodell Onstott

    YHWH Exists (vol. 1) is the result of 15 years of research that matches the Old Testament text with scientific and archeological findings to prove events described in Bible and create a definitive timeline.

    YHWH Exists (vol. 1) is the result of 15 years of investigative research into the historicity and validity of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament). Framed in the conversational context of placing Israel's God on trial, the investigatio... more

  • Observer: The Colonel George Trofimoff Story, The Tale of America's Highest-Ranking Military Officer Convicted of Spying (The Pr

    by Glen Aaron
    In prison, the author was assigned Colonel George Trofimoff as his cellmate. The Colonel turned out to be the highest-ranking U.S. military officer ever convicted of spying. After initially resisting, Aaron, the author and a retired attorney, agreed to look at the Colonel's case with the hope of finding a reason to make an additional appeal. What Aaron found was a complete travesty of justice, an entrapment, although the American judiciary allowed it. For two years, an FBI agent had posed as a D... more
  • The Red Dot Club

    by Robert Rangel
    This book details eleven officer involved shootings from their perspectives in millisecond by millisecond detail as they fight for their lives. Many of the officers received the Medal of Valor for their actions.
  • The Vultures and the Vulnerable

    by Zents Sowunmi
    The Vultures and the Vulnerable is loaded with several functions; this book can be read for political inspirations and history of Africa largest democracy, when and how it all started in 1945; it is the history of almost everything that became the problems for the growth of Africa largest concentration of Black race in the south of Sahara, it is written for the readers to develop critical thinking on those accidents of history, maybe they could have done it better, maybe it could have taken a di... more
  • 978-0986405303

    by Mary Trettenero
    The spirits of Charlestown are restless and can no longer conceal the truth about what they witnessed in life. These spirits have something to say about the chaos they lived through in Charlestown during Revolutionary times. They offer startling stories from the past, not included in our homogenized textbooks. Listen in as historical spirits and ancient energies embedded in the land reveal secrets, little-known facts, and masked-over history. The spirits of Charlestown—the Battle of Bunker Hill,... more
  • We're Still Here: The Secret World of Bunker Hill's Historical Spirits

    by MaryLee Trettenero
    The spirits of Charlestown are restless and can no longer conceal the truth about what they witnessed in life. These spirits have something to say about the chaos they lived through in Charlestown during Revolutionary times. They offer startling stories from the past, not included in our homogenized textbooks. Listen in as historical spirits and ancient energies embedded in the land reveal secrets, little-known facts, and masked-over history.The spirits of Charlestown—the Battle of Bunker Hill, ... more

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