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Check out some of the new books in the field of history that we've added to the collection in the past few months!
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The first intersectional history of the Black and Native American struggle for freedom in our country that also reframes our understanding of who was Indigenous in early America.
An in-depth look at the British monarchy that’s “a superb synthesis of historical analysis, politics, and top-notch royal gossip” (Kirkus Reviews).
How have the fall of the USSR and the long dominance of Putin reshaped Russian politics and culture?
A concise and accessible volume that presents the history of the Iberian presence in the Americas, from the era of exploration and conquest to the disruption and instability following independence.
This concentrated collection of essays examines the origins and rhetorical methods of five distinct civil rights sit-ins of 1960.
The unforgettable story of two unsung heroes of World War II who joined the Dutch Resistance, helped save dozen of lives, were captured by the Nazis, and ultimately survived the Holocaust.
Pearl explores the little-known true story of the kidnapping of legendary pioneer Daniel Boone’s daughter and the dramatic aftermath that rippled across the nation.
Tracks African American emancipation, the rise of African diasporas in the Americas, the Back-to-Africa movement, the founding of Sierra Leone and Liberia, the presence of American missionaries in Africa, and more.
Excerpts from 52 different documents relating to the Renaissance, which reached its height in the 15th and early 16th centuries.
Traces the rise of a predatory state during civil war in southern Sudan and its transformation into a violent Dinka ethnocracy after the region's formal independence.