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By Atombank Books
Mary Dyer, Friend of Freedom, the first children's book about the civil rights hero, has been released by Atombank Books. Parents are encouraged to visit Amazon.com to pick up a copy and help their children learn about this courageous woman.

By Magic Picture Frame Studio
Award-Winning Book Showcases Amazing Photographs of Boy's Journey Through Time; Offers Inspiring Lessons of History

By Victoria Medina Photography
Announcing the release of the new 2nd Edition of the book, One Nation, One Mission, One Promise - the continuing journey of fulfilling the promises made on July 4, 1776...

By Charles Sumner Post #25, G.A.R.
The Charles Sumner Post #25, Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) established in Chestertown, Maryland in 1882, will reopen as an educational center, museum and performance space on Saturday, June 21, 2014.

By R Frederick Riddle
Dead Eye Will, an American historical novel, is now published and available for purchase and downloading. It can be purchased in any eBook format desired.

By R Frederick Riddle
R. Frederick Riddle authors novel about his former home state, Michigan. Dead Eye Will takes place in early 1800s Michigan beginning during War of 1812. His campaign will feature Facebook, Twitter, and other social media plus YouTube.

By Arcadia Publishing
Local author celebrates notable residents using spectacular, vintage images

By Warren Publishing, Inc.
Gone with the Wind-esque novel is steeped in Civil War history, reminiscent of Mitchell's Scarlett O'Hara

By Fort Ticonderoga
Fort Ticonderoga’s King’s Garden is alive with an amazing variety of trees, shrubs, flowering plants and vegetables all displayed in a beautiful setting that encourages relaxation and exploration.

By Savas Beatie LLC
SB Authors to Lead Field Tours & Book Discussions for 150th Anniversary of Civil War

By RosietheRiveterWeCanDoIt.com
Rosie the Riveter, World War II Feminist Symbol, Celebrates Her Platinum Jubilee. Website Launched in Her Honor.

By Fort Ticonderoga
Fort Ticonderoga recently received a GO Grant enabling Director of Education Rich Strum to present at the New York State Council for the Social Studies 75th Annual Conference held in Rye Brook, New York.

By Fort Ticonderoga
Spring Plant Sale & Green Workshops on May 18 will be at Fort Ticonderoga

By Fort Ticonderoga
Four authors will be featured at a book signing at Fort Ticonderoga’s Museum Store on Saturday, May 18, from 1pm to 1:30pm. The authors are participating in the Fort’s annual War College of the Seven Years’ War.

By Arcadia Publishing
The Museum of Northwest Colorado shares the early history of the area

By Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc.
Oklahoma City Church Will Open 100-year-old Time Capsule Oklahoma City, OK On Monday, April 22, members of downtown Oklahoma City’s First Lutheran Church, along with preservation specialists, will unearth and publicly display the contents of a Century...

By Histories For Kids, Inc. / HFK Presents
HFK Presents was established to meet the needs of adults, or the young at heart who are never too old to learn something new about history’s most interesting, inspirational figures. As owners of Histories for Kids, Inc.

By americasbesthistory.com
The digital edition of the book, America's Best History Timeline has been published in Kindle/Computer format and is now available at amazon.com for $3.99. A great companion book for the student or history buff.

By Safe Harbor Community Church
A new class, “Institute On The Constitution,” will be offered to the Southwest Florida area starting January 15th. It will address American history and the Constitution.

By Sunbelt Publications
In an all-encompassing breadth similar to his previous books in the "Legends" series, traveler and author Greg Niemann is proud to announce the September 2011 release of his newest book "Las Vegas Legends: What Happened in Vegas…"

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By Captial Stewardship Publishing
The new Young Adult historical fiction novel,Fighting for Freedom and George Washington, has been named to the Mamie Eisenhower Library Project’s (MELP) Recommended Book List.

By Atombank Books
Mary Dyer, Friend of Freedom, the first children's book about the civil rights hero, has been released by Atombank Books. Parents are encouraged to visit Amazon.com to pick up a copy and help their children learn about this courageous woman.

By Magic Picture Frame Studio
Award-Winning Book Showcases Amazing Photographs of Boy's Journey Through Time; Offers Inspiring Lessons of History

By A.K. Mann
Children (10-13) Read the Entire Declaration of Independence While Following the Adventures of Matilda and Her Friends.

By Victoria Medina Photography
Announcing the release of the new 2nd Edition of the book, One Nation, One Mission, One Promise - the continuing journey of fulfilling the promises made on July 4, 1776...

By Charles Sumner Post #25, G.A.R.
The Charles Sumner Post #25, Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) established in Chestertown, Maryland in 1882, will reopen as an educational center, museum and performance space on Saturday, June 21, 2014.

By Americasbesthistory.com
The paperback edition of the America's Best History Timeline by americasbesthistory.com has now been published in a paperback edition.

By R Frederick Riddle
Dead Eye Will, an American historical novel, is now published and available for purchase and downloading. It can be purchased in any eBook format desired.

By Arcadia Publishing
Local authors share the stories of the war using vintage images

By R Frederick Riddle
R. Frederick Riddle authors novel about his former home state, Michigan. Dead Eye Will takes place in early 1800s Michigan beginning during War of 1812. His campaign will feature Facebook, Twitter, and other social media plus YouTube.

By Arcadia Publishing
Local author celebrates notable residents using spectacular, vintage images

By Warren Publishing, Inc.
Gone with the Wind-esque novel is steeped in Civil War history, reminiscent of Mitchell's Scarlett O'Hara

By Strategic Book Group
This realistic story relives the battles and tells of the brave women who are left behind to survive as best they can without their men.

By Fort Ticonderoga
Fort Ticonderoga’s King’s Garden is alive with an amazing variety of trees, shrubs, flowering plants and vegetables all displayed in a beautiful setting that encourages relaxation and exploration.

By Savas Beatie LLC
SB Authors to Lead Field Tours & Book Discussions for 150th Anniversary of Civil War

By RosietheRiveterWeCanDoIt.com
Rosie the Riveter, World War II Feminist Symbol, Celebrates Her Platinum Jubilee. Website Launched in Her Honor.

By Fort Ticonderoga
Fort Ticonderoga recently received a GO Grant enabling Director of Education Rich Strum to present at the New York State Council for the Social Studies 75th Annual Conference held in Rye Brook, New York.

By Fort Ticonderoga
Spring Plant Sale & Green Workshops on May 18 will be at Fort Ticonderoga

By Reader Views
Two wars—one soldier. Sam Kensington is confused and curious why, as a Vietnam soldier, he is dreaming of being a Union soldier in the Civil War. The mystery unfolds in Don Meyer’s realistic award-winning historical novel “The American War.”

By Fort Ticonderoga
Four authors will be featured at a book signing at Fort Ticonderoga’s Museum Store on Saturday, May 18, from 1pm to 1:30pm. The authors are participating in the Fort’s annual War College of the Seven Years’ War.

By Arcadia Publishing
The Museum of Northwest Colorado shares the early history of the area

By Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc.
Oklahoma City Church Will Open 100-year-old Time Capsule Oklahoma City, OK On Monday, April 22, members of downtown Oklahoma City’s First Lutheran Church, along with preservation specialists, will unearth and publicly display the contents of a Century...

By Strategic Book Group
"Dark Clouds Over Alabama" is a powerful love story filled with hope, commitment, politics, tragedy, and triumph in the Old...

By Histories For Kids, Inc. / HFK Presents
HFK Presents was established to meet the needs of adults, or the young at heart who are never too old to learn something new about history’s most interesting, inspirational figures. As owners of Histories for Kids, Inc.

By Fort Ticonderoga
(Ticonderoga, NY) Fort Ticonderoga is pleased to announce the recipients of teacher scholarships to attend the Eighteenth Annual War College of the Seven Years’ War May 17-19, 2013.

By David Fiske
Famed radio host Bob Steele was on Connecticut’s premier radio station, WTIC, for many years. His show included a feature he called “Tiddly Winks,” in which he read short, unusual news items from around the world.

By americasbesthistory.com
The digital edition of the book, America's Best History Timeline has been published in Kindle/Computer format and is now available at amazon.com for $3.99. A great companion book for the student or history buff.

By Safe Harbor Community Church
A new class, “Institute On The Constitution,” will be offered to the Southwest Florida area starting January 15th. It will address American history and the Constitution.

By Colonial Williamsburg
Performance part of weekend of programming entitled “Steadfast Spirits”

By HFK Presents
Are campaigns more or less civilized than in the past? How did all of this campaign craziness get started?

By Tony Ross
Historyundone.com is set to publish “Our Slaves, Our Friends: A Retelling of the American Slave Trade”—an innovative, interactive and educational iBook for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.

By Author Marketing Experts
Author David A. Long delivers an enchanting look at the glory days of Broadway.

By KAIOS Books
With her novella, On Promised Land, author Kae Cheatham hopes to raise awareness about often-overlooked history that highlights the quest for black freedom. The book is free on 15 and 16 January 2012 in honor of Martin Luther King Day.

By American Heritage Education Foundation, Inc.
American Heritage Education Foundation, Inc. (AHEF) leaders reap national awards for their patriotic education efforts.

By Strategic Book Group
Real-Life Black Civil War Hero Is Lauded in ‘Smalls’ Run’

By American Heritage Education Foundation
The American Heritage Education Foundation, Inc. is providing free K-12 social studies lesson plans to teachers and parents in order to help raise knowledge of American history.

By Sunbelt Publications
In an all-encompassing breadth similar to his previous books in the "Legends" series, traveler and author Greg Niemann is proud to announce the September 2011 release of his newest book "Las Vegas Legends: What Happened in Vegas…"

By Brian Finney (author)
Finney, an award-winning author and Professor Emeritus at California State University, Long Beach, takes an unprecedented look at the widespread and pervasive harm perpetuated by the over-reaction of Bush’s declaration of a worldwide war on terror.

By Untreed Reads Publishing
Tour San Francisco's colorful past alongside Emperor Norton. Historical fiction author Steve Bartholomew revisits a bizarre chapter of America's past, complete with a cast of characters too wild to believe.

By Denise Cassino
Feather Schwartz Foster, presidential historian, will launch her latest book, The First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Mamie Eisenhower, An Intimate Portrait of the Women Who Shaped America on May 18, 2011

By Eleftheria Publishing
Introducing Angry Mobs and Founding Fathers: The Fight for Control of the American Revolution by Michael E. Newton, the author of the highly-acclaimed The Path to Tyranny. Due out this summer.

By Strategic Book Group
Learn About America’s Forgotten African-American and Native American Patriots

By Transaction Marketing
American Political Cartoons: The Evolution of a National Identity (Transaction Publishers, 2010) authors, Stephen Hess and Sandy Northrop will kick off a host of upcoming events in the D.C. area.

By Strategic Book Group
Former Astronomer, Staten Island Author Changes the World by Changing History

By Carl Braun
A new children's book series, Dooney's World 1776, teaches children actual American History and not revisionist fiction. The book focuses on the American Revolution, Founding Fathers and the role that God played in the creation of the United States.

By Bob Snyder
Three rarities of the collecting world will share the spotlight at an August 10th auction in New York. These include a unique original document from Philadelphia, July 4th, 1776.

By zdennis media group
Artist Louis Delsarte, the City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs and the King family will dedicate a 125-foot mural installed along the rear wall of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Natatorium during the week long celebration of the King Holiday.

By Early American Crime
Anthony Vaver, author and publisher, has recently completed a year-long series of articles covering the history of convict transportation to America, and you can find them on his Early American Crime website (www.EarlyAmericanCrime.com).

By American Heritage Pens
Teak Removed from Famous WWII Battleship Finds Creative Use

By American Heritage Pens
Civil War Witness Wood Finds Creative Use on Lincoln's 200th Birthday



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