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  • Old Dominion, New Commonwealthby Ronald L. Heinemann; John G. Kolp; Anthony S. Jr. Parent; William G. Shade

    University of Virginia Press 2008; US$ 22.50

    "On the morning of 26 April 1607, three small ships carrying 143 Englishmen arrived off the Virginia coast of North America, having spent four months at sea.... All hoped for financial success and perhaps a little adventure; as it turned out, their tiny settlement eventually would evolve from colony into a prominent state in an entirely... more...

  • Pocahontas, Powhatan, Opechancanoughby Helen C. Rountree

    University of Virginia Press 2006; US$ 18.50

    Pocahontas may be the most famous Native American who ever lived, but during the settlement of Jamestown, and for two centuries afterward, the great chiefs Powhatan and Opechancanough were the subjects of considerably more interest and historical documentation than the young woman. It was Opechancanough who captured the foreign captain ... more...

  • Parallel Worldsby Adele Logan Alexander

    University of Virginia Press 2012; US$ 19.95

    When William Henry Hunt married Ida Alexander Gibbs in the spring of 1904, their wedding was a dazzling Washington social event that joined an Oberlin-educated diplomat's daughter and a Wall Street veteran who could trace his lineage to Jamestown. Their union took place in a world of refinement and privilege, but both William and Ida... more...

  • Swift to Wrathby William D. Carrigan; Christopher Waldrep

    University of Virginia Press 2013; US$ 39.50

    Scholarship on lynching has typically been confined to the extralegal execution of African Americans in the American South. The nine essays collected here look at lynching in the context of world history, encouraging a complete rethinking of the history of collective violence. Employing a diverse range of case studies, the volume?s contributors ... more...

  • The Little Book of Crime and Punishmentby Stephen Halliday

    The History Press 2014; US$ 14.57

    The Little Book of Crime and Punishment is a repository of intriguing, fascinating, obscure, strange and entertaining facts and trivia about the history of the British criminal justice system. Armed with this fascinating tome the reader will have such knowledge of he days when noses, hands and heads were cut off, heretics burned at the stake and rebels... more...

  • Sapiensby Yuval Harari

    McClelland & Stewart 2014; US$ 34.95

    ?Here is a simple reason why  Sapiens  has risen explosively to the ranks of an international best-seller. It tackles the biggest questions of history and of the modern world, and it is written in unforgettably vivid language. You will love it!? ?Jared Diamond, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of  Guns, Germs, and Steel ,  Collapse , and The World until... more...

  • Sky Blue Stoneby Arash Khazeni

    University of California Press 2014; US$ 29.95

    This book traces the journeys of a stone across the world. From its remote point of origin in the city of Nishapur in eastern Iran, turquoise was traded through India, Central Asia, and the Near East, becoming an object of imperial exchange between the Safavid, Mughal, and Ottoman empires. Along this trail unfolds the story of turquoise--a phosphate... more...

  • Ireland's Suffragettesby Sarah-Beth Watkins

    The History Press 2014; US$ 18.94

    Ireland's Suffragettes is a collection of biographical essays introducing the suffragettes who influenced Ireland's struggle for women's rights. Many of the women were political activists while others became militant suffragettes between 1912 and 1914. The struggle of the suffragettes is different to that of the UK, in that many Irish suffragettes... more...

  • Feminismby June Hannam

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 39.95

    The sheer number of publications on Feminism make it difficult for students who approach the subject for the first time to gain a sense of what the main issues and interpretations are. This book addresses this by offering students an overview of feminism and its history across several countries and time periods, along with an annotated guide to... more...

  • Empires Apartby Brian Landers

    Pegasus Books 2011; US$ 16.99

    A fresh, commanding, and thought-provoking history of the competing American and Russian empires   The American road to empire started when the first English settlers landed in Virginia. Simultaneously, the first Russians crossed the Urals, and the two empires that would dominate the twentieth century were born. Empires Apart reveals how the... more...