Douglas Bullis, author
Picture Book; History & Military; (Market)
The famed Bayeux Tapestry depicted a few days in the lives of soldiers in October, 1066. But where was everybody else? In this Bourgueil Tapestry we see and read what everyday people lived like from 1003 through 1905. Their stories are sourced entirely from visual images from the times they lived in. In 231 color images and 43,000 words, Bourgueil Tapestry is a portrait of people's days as accurate as its military counterpart in the Bayeux Museum.