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- Ohio University Press 2015; US$ 23.99
Ian Adams is perhaps the best-known landscape photographer in Ohio, and in the first volume of A Photographer?s Guide to Ohio, he shared his knowledge of what to photograph in the Buckeye State and how to photograph it. Now, in this second volume, Adams expands on his previous work, adding over 120 natural features, scenic rivers and byways, zoos... more...
- Not For Tourists 2015; US$ 12.99
A colorful and detailed guide for anyone who wants to get the most out of the Windy City. This brand-new guide is boldly redesigned where no NFT has gone before, offering quick snapshots of each neighborhood from Gold Coast and Lincoln Park to Wrigleyville and Lakeview in a colorful and stylish layout. Start flipping through and you?ll immediately... more...
- University of Chicago Press 2015; US$ 30.00
Lila Corwin Berman is associate professor of history at Temple University, where she holds the Murray Friedman Chair and directs the Feinstein Center for American Jewish History. She is the author of Speaking of Jews: Rabbis, Intellectuals, and the Creation of an American Public Identity . more...
- Southern Illinois University Press 2015; US$ 19.95
Presenting fifty Abraham Lincoln stories?some familiar and beloved, some fresh and unexpected? Looking for Lincoln in Illinois: Lincoln?s Springfield is a carefully researched, richly illustrated guide to the Springfield, Illinois, locations on the Looking for Lincoln Story Trail. Created by the Looking for Lincoln Heritage Coalition, this trail... more...
- Indiana University Press 2015; US$ 34.99
For nearly seven decades, Jane Blaffer Owen was the driving force behind the restoration and revitalization of the town of New Harmony, Indiana. In this delightful memoir, Blaffer Owen describes the transformational effect the town had on her life. An oil heiress from Houston, she met and married Kenneth Dale Owen, great-great-grandson of Robert Owen,... more...
- De Gruyter 2015; US$ 280.00
Schnitzler?s novella Frau Bertha Garlan is a subtle story of a failed attempt at female emancipation. This 5 th volume in the Works in Historical-Critical Editions series presents all extant textual sources. Along with facsimiles of the manuscript, the edition offers a reading text with editorial apparatus, a commentary, biographical... more...
- State House/McWhiney Foundation Press 2015; Not Available
Blood on the Bayou: Vicksburg, Port Hudson, and the Trans-Mississippi takes a well-known story, the struggle for control of the Mississippi River in the American Civil War, and recasts it as a contest for control of African-American populations. The Emancipation Proclamation may have freed the slaves, but the task of actually moving these liberated... more...
- The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 25.00
When young James Coomer was offered a job as deckhand on the tugboat Pat Murphy at a dollar an hour, he took his first smell of diesel fuel and knew he was hooked. Life on the Ohio puts the reader in the pilot's seat as Coomer wrestles with runaway barges, navigates through ice and fog, pacifies angry crew members, and contends with the loneliness... more...
- The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 30.00
James Marshall's illuminating study of dispossession on the frontier begins with the autobiography of a pioneer who met repeated failure. Writing in his old age, Omar Morse (1824-1901) loked back on the successive loss of three homesteads in mid-nineteenth century Wisconsin and Minnesota. The frontier as Morse encountered it was a place of runaway... more...