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  • Detroit Neighborhood Guidebookby Aaron Foley

    Belt Publishing 2017; US$ 9.99

    Detroiters think that they know the neighborhoods, but because there are so many parts to the city the definitions become too broad, the characteristics become muddled, and the stories become lost. The essays in this collection bring the neighborhoods of Detroit to life, and will appeal to readers who are interested in the complex history and culture... more...

  • Montana Noirby James Grady; Keir Graff

    Akashic Books 2017; US$ 15.99

    James Grady and Keir Graff, both Montana natives, masterfully curate this collection of unseemly Western tales. more...

  • James Madison Universityby Hannah Berge; Joseph D’Arezzo

    Arcadia Publishing 2017; US$ 12.99

    Anyone strolling through James Madison University’s bucolic Bluestone area, which is grounded by the iconic Wilson Hall, will feel the educational journeys of past students resonating through the air. Founded in 1908 as a women’s college, James Madison University was originally called the State Normal and Industrial School for Women at Harrisonburg... more...

  • Shays’ Settlement in Vermontby Stephen D. Butz

    The History Press 2017; US$ 12.99

    The ruins of Daniel Shays’s fortified settlement reveal the hidden story of the famous rebellion. Shays and the Regulators founded the settlement deep in the Vermont wilderness after fleeing the uprising they led in 1787 in Massachusetts. Rediscovered in 1997 and under study since 2013, these remnants divulge secrets of Shays’s life that previously... more...

  • Hudson Valley Curiositiesby Allison Guertin Marchese

    The History Press 2017; US$ 12.99

    Hudson Valley is steeped in mysteries, from Celtic chambers resting in the deep woods of Putnam to Millbrook’s abandoned Bennett College. In the Highlands, Iroquois chief Daniel Nimham gave his life for the cause of American independence. One strange night in the Catskills, a legendary playwright miraculously survived a midnight plunge off the suspended... more...

  • Historic Theaters of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valleyby Sean T. Posey

    The History Press 2017; US$ 12.99

    From the days of the gaslit opera houses through the era of the drive-in, the Mahoning Valley’s theatrical culture has thrived. The finest theaters in northeastern Ohio rose with the manufacturing might of the Steel Valley. The Warner brothers, who started their careers in Youngstown, opened their first theater in New Castle, Pennsylvania, and celebrities... more...

  • Route 1by Dan Tobyne

    Down East Books 2017; US$ 13.99

    Stretching from end to end of the thirteen original colonies, from Fort Kent, Maine, to Key West, Florida, the connecting sections of the Atlantic Coast Highway, known as United States Route No. 1, have formed a highway of history for three hundred years. Washington traveled it repeatedly in peace and war. Now the 94-mile section between New York... more...

  • In Search of Nice Americansby Geoff Steward

    Biteback Publishing 2017; US$ 12.49

    How one man's mid-career crisis turned into an odyssey into the weirder side of American life. Like most of us, Geoff Steward was rocked by 2016's litany of horrors. Unlike most of us, Geoff did something about it. Turning his back on his day job as a lawyer - and the requirement to account for every six minutes of his time - Geoff set off across... more...

  • Chippewa Lakeby Amber Dalakas; Gayle Foster; Sharon Karhan

    Arcadia Publishing 2017; US$ 12.99

    Formed by glaciers, Chippewa Lake has been drawing visitors since early Indian tribes came to hunt and fish; settlers first laid down roots in the area during the War of 1812. Soon, visitors hoping to escape the heat of the city discovered the cooling waters of Chippewa. Eventually, a pleasure resort was developed, and the area expanded. Churches,... more...

  • Southern Arkansas Universityby James F. Willis; Del Duke

    Arcadia Publishing 2017; US$ 12.99

    Southern Arkansas University began as a residential agricultural high school, the Third District Agricultural School, in 1909. The school evolved into a junior college, popularly known as Magnolia A&M College, and later into a four-year institution, Southern State College. These four institutions served, primarily, young people of southwest Arkansas... more...