Non-Fiction - Historical

U.S. Presidents Quiz Book

American History Quiz Series 1
By T. Buburuz

Did you know that the 29th President of the United States, Warren G. Harding, died in office from a heart attack only eleven days after experiencing pain thought to be just an upset stomach? Or that the 38th President, Gerald Ford, was the first ever...

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Tillamook Rock Lighthouse

History & Tales of Terrible Tilly
By Brian D. Ratty

Tillamook Rock Lighthouse: History & Tales of Terrible Tilly is a maritime history book written by Brian D. Ratty. The Tillamook Lighthouse was the last of three lighthouses that were set up to help mariners safely navigate the Columbia River Bar. This area, where the...

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Blades of Grass

The Story of George Aylwin Hogg
By Mark Aylwin Thomas

Whether your interest is China in the 1930s and 1940s, the industrial cooperative movement, the role of foreigners in relief and development work in Asia, or just a very good biography about an ordinary but extremely talented and courageous Englishman who did extraordinary things in...

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An Unlikely Trio

The Winners of the 1913 Kentucky Derby
By Eddie Price

An Unlikely Trio: The Winners of the 1913 Kentucky Derby is a nonfiction sports racing history book written by Eddie Price. The horse that won the 39th Running of the Kentucky Derby was a long-shot -- the odds placed on him were, and still are,...

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Jesus and Muhammad

Their Messages, Side-by-Side
By Louis St Michael

Jesus and Muhammad: Their Messages, Side-by-Side by Louis St Michael is a thorough and painstakingly researched compilation of the lives and statements, as proclaimed in the Christian Bible and the Islamic Q'uran, of two of the world's most historically compelling men: Jesus Christ and the...

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A Bee in His Bonnet

By Bernard J. Fleury

A Bee in His Bonnet by Bernard J. Fleury Ed.D. is a creative biography of his maternal grandfather, Frank King (1877-1958). Born and raised an Englishman of mixed Ojibwa heritage, Frank adopted the United States as his home and served with distinction over a long...

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Wildflowers and Train Whistles

Stories of a Coal Mining Family
By Lillian Frazer

Wildflowers and Train Whistles: Stories of a Coal Mining Family is a memoir written by Lillian Crone Frazer. Frazer grew up in Minden, West Virginia, a small coal mining camp town, during the 1950s and '60s. She was the youngest of a family with seven...

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An Appalachian Boy's Life

A Walk In Three Centuries
By Flem R. Messer

In a memoir as important to human history and understanding as it is to the specific locale’s true representation of human spirit, Flem R. Messer’s plain-spoken but deeply meaningful book, An Appalachian Boy’s Life, relates the tale of a time and place when self-sustainability was...

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The Decline of Democratic Society in the New Age

By Giovanni Soriano

I really enjoyed reading The Decline of Democratic Society in the New Age by Giovanni Soriano. When I was in university, I took a lot of political science classes. I like history a lot and political science offered history plus a little something extra; tools...

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It Was What It Was

My Memoir
By Diane Haley Toney

It Was What It Was: My Memoir by Diane Haley Toney is a memoir of growing up in the idyllic post-war era of the American South during the 1950s. It Was What It Was begins without much of a preamble and jumps into the beginning...

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